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The next scheduled meeting of the Middleborough Board of Assessors is Thursday, April 11, 2019 @ 5:00PM.

General Assessors' Office Information

If you need a copy of your deed or a subdivision plan, please contact the Plymouth County Registry of Deeds at 508-830-9200. They are located at 50 Obery St, Plymouth, MA 02360 and they can provide those records to you.

Town of Middleborough Assessors
10 Nickerson Avenue
Middleborough, MA  02346
Fax: 508-946-4430

Regular Office Hours:

Monday         8:45am-5:00pm

Tuesday        8:45am-5:00pm

Wednesday   8:45am-5:00pm

Thursday       8:45am-5:00pm

Friday             8:45am-5:00pm

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We make every effort to provide accurate and informative content on our web page. If you discover an error or omission, please call 508-946-2410 or email the above address and we will correct it as soon as possible

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Fiscal Year 2019 Real Estate and Personal Property Tax Bills were issued on November 16, 2018, with the first half payment due by December 17, 2018.

If your opinion of the value of your property differs from the assessed value that appears on your bill, you may decide to file for an abatement.

The abatement application must be filed in the Assessor's Office or postmarked, properly addressed to the Assessors, no later than the due date of the first half of the tax bill.  This filing deadline is mandated by state law and the Assessors have no authority to grant an extension.

The abatement application is available by clicking the

Forms/Documents link on the left column of this webpage and then opening the Abatement Form for Real Estate and Personal Property. You may also obtain an Abatement application in our office.

If you do file an abatement, part of the abatement process will include a representative of the Board of Assessors performing an inspection of the property, both inside and outside to confirm the information we have on your property Record Card is accurate.

If you have any questions or concerns, call the Assessors' Office at 508-946-2410 and we will be happy to help you.


If you receive a Motor Vehicle Excise Bill and you have questions, please click this link....

Motor Vehicle Excise Booklet

and read about motor vehicle excise, how it is calculated, abated and more.......

Did you know?

If you have sold or traded your vehicle, we may be able to abate all or a portion of your excise bill before you pay it!

Please call for details: 508-946-2410


Interesting Reading

A Brief History of Property Tax by Richard Henry Carlson

This paper was initially delivered at the IAAO Conference on Assessment Administration in Boston, Massachusetts, on September 1, 2004.

A Brief History of Property Tax


Attention Service Men and Women

Did you know that you may qualify for additional exemptions?

Disabled Veteran's Fee and Tax Exemptions Booklet

ALSO........There is a Clause 56 Full Real Estate Tax Exemption

available for National Guard & Reservists

Deployed Overseas as of July 1st.

Please call our office at 508-946-2410 for details


Click here for:

Important Information for members of the Massachusetts National Guard or reservists on active duty outside the Commonwealth


Community Preservation Act

CPA Information

Downloadable application


Tax Rates

Fiscal 2019:  

Residential    $15.48     

Comm/Ind     $16.44

Fiscal 2018:  

Residential    $15.60     

Comm/Ind     $16.57




Exempt Properties


The 3abc form can be obtained below or at our office located at 10 Nickerson Avenue

3abc Form

2 Other forms, the 990 and the PC (Public Charities form) are filed annually at the state level as well, and we require a copy of each one in addition to the 3abc above.


The Middleboro Assessors' Information Corner


Chapter Land


Personal Property & Income / Expense & Forms of List

Real Estate Tax Abatements


What does the Assessors' Office do? 

The Middleborough Assessors Office provides the following services (and more) to the public: Motor Vehicle & Boat Excise Abatements, Real Estate Exemptions, Real Estate and Personal Property Abatements, Tax Deferral Applications and Information, Chapter Land Applications and Information, Charitable Exemption Applications and Information, Property Record Cards, Tax Maps, Owner Information, Assessment Information, On Site Property Inspections