Tax Collector

Real Estate & Personal Property Tax

Warwick is a Semi-Annual Preliminary Tax community. Real Estate and Personal Property Bills are sent twice per year as outlined below.

Preliminary Bills are sent on, or before July 1st, and cover July 1-December 31st.

These bills were due on, or before, Monday October 2nd, 2023, and are accruing interest daily if unpaid.  

Actual Bills are sent on, or before, January 1st, and cover January 1st – June 30th.

These bills are due on, or before, Monday April 1st, 2024.

2023 Tax Rate: $20.11
2024 Tax Rate: $16.55

ADDRESS CHANGES:
Please communicate any address changes for Real Estate and Personal Property to the Assessor’s office.

It is the responsibility of every property owner to pay your taxes on time even if you do not receive a bill due to a delivery error.

Real Estate Municipal Lien Certificate Requests: $25 per parcel

Municipal Lien Certificate Requests are only accepted by mail and processed when received with payment. Please include a self-addressed stamped envelope so the request can be returned.

Mail request, payment, and self-addressed stamped envelope to:

Town of Warwick
Attn: Tax Collector
12 Athol Road
Warwick, MA 01378

Motor Vehicle Excise Tax

2024 Motor Vehicle Excise Commitments Mailing Date & Due Date:

Commitment #0124 –
Mailed 2/9/24: DUE 3/13/24.

***If you receive a Motor Vehicle Excise Bill for a vehicle you no longer own or is no longer on the road (license plate was transferred or canceled) do not ignore it. The billing error will not get corrected without your direct involvement. Please pay the bill and apply for an abatement with the Assessor’s office. A refund will be issued upon approval. Failure to pay results in additional fees and interest.***

https://warwickma.org/wp-content/uploads/2023/11/MVE-Abatement.pdf

ADDRESS CHANGES:
Address changes for your Motor Vehicles Excise must be reported to the Registry of Motor Vehicles. The town is unable to update this information. Failure to do so could result in not receiving your bill and the assignment of additional fees and interest if it is left unpaid after the due date.

It is the responsibility of every vehicle owner to pay your Motor Vehicle Excise tax even if you do not receive a bill due to a delivery error.

Change your address with the RMV | Mass.gov


OUTSTANDING DEMAND BILLS:

Demand Bills that are not paid by their due date will be reported to our deputy collector, Jeffery & Jeffery Inc. Additional fees and interest will be applied and they will issue a Warrant Notice/Bill(s) requesting payment.

If you receive a Warrant Notice/Bill(s), for your Motor Vehicle Excise Tax, from our Deputy Collector you must pay them directly. Contact information is provided below along with their website for additional information and services:

Jeffery & Jeffery Inc
Deputy Tax Collectors
137 Main Street
PO Box 720
Ware, MA 01082-0720

Phone: 413-967-9941
Hours: Monday – Friday 8am-4pm

Jeffery & Jeffery – Deputy Tax Collectors – Massachusetts (jefferyandjeffery.com)

Tax Collector: Jessica Foote

Email address: collector@town.warwick.ma.us
Phone: 978-544-3845

Hours:
Monday’s 11-6
Thursday’s 11-2
Other days, and times, available by appointment

NOTICE OF UPCOMING OFFICE CLOSURES/ ADDITIONAL HOURS:

CLOSED
Monday April 15th
Thursday April 18th

ADDITIONAL HOURS:
Wednesday April 17th 11am-2pm

PAYMENT OPTIONS:

Online – Click the orange “Pay Bills Online”

Check/Money Order – Payments can be mailed or dropped in the Black Box outside of the Town Hall (Next to the Blue USPS Mailbox) 24 hours/day.

Cash – Exact Amount and done in person. There is no cash at the town hall to make change.