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Framingham Tax Bills Delayed, State Late Approving Rate

January 21, 2021 (11:10 pm EST)
Filed under: General Interest by News Staff
Framingham's Town Hall, the Memorial Building is located at 150 Concord Street in Downtown Framingham.
Framingham's City Hall, ("The Memorial Building"), is located at 150 Concord Street in Downtown Framingham.

FRAMINGHAM, MA  - Long time property owners in Framingham were starting to wonder why no quarterly tax bills were showing up in their mail.  In response, the City released a statement concerning "City of Framingham Tax Bills".

In it, the explanation was, "The City of Framingham’s Real Estate and Personal Property bills will be delayed. The reason for this delay is because the State of Massachusetts has not approved Framingham’s tax rate. We are anticipating more information by the end of January. When the bills go out, the third and fourth quarters of Fiscal 2021 will be due on May 3, but they can be paid before the May 3 deadline."

The statement went on to suggest that tax payers "check the City of Framingham Treasurer’s Webpage or call for updated information", and further suggested that if taxpayers wish to pay in advance of the bills being mailed, they send estimated payments to the Treasurer’s Office or call City Hall Systems to pay over the phone.

Payments cannot be paid online at this time.

For more Info:

City of Framingham Treasurer/Collector Office:

Phone: (508) 532-5430


Pay by Mail:

City of Framingham, 150 Concord, Room 111, Framingham, MA 01702

Pay by Phone:

City Hall Systems: (508) 381-5455


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