NEW SALEM TAX COLLECTOR

 

Kathryn Soule-Regine

 

Town Hall Annex

24 South Main Street

New Salem, MA 01355

 

Phone:  (978) 544-5775

Email:   newsalemtax@aol.com


Hours

Tuesdays:        5:00 PM - 7:00 PM

Thursdays:       10:00 AM – Noon


24 Hour tax payment drop box located in front of the New Salem Town Hall, 15 South Main St.  Non-cash payments only.

Tax payments may be made online through the due date at:Online Tax Payments

See the Tax Collector for:

Real Estate, Personal Property, and Motor Vehicle Excise tax payments and questions.

(See the Assessors page for detailed abatement, exemption and valuation information.)

Deputy Collector

A.P. Jones & Associates

98 Cottage Street

PO Box 808

Easthampton, MA  01027

 

Phone: (413) 527-2388

 

Website: www.apjones.com


(Contact the Deputy Collector regarding old outstanding Motor Vehicle Excise bills)


Deputy now accepts online payments. 

See apjones.com for more details.

FY2018 Preliminary Real Estate and Personal Property 2nd Quarter Tax Bills Due

 

The 1st and 2nd quarter Fiscal Year 2018 Preliminary Real Estate and Personal Property Tax bills were mailed out June 30.  This is to remind you that FY2018 2nd Quarter Real Estate and Personal Property taxes are now due and payable.  The due date for the 2nd quarter bills is November 1, 2017.  Payments received after that date will be charged interest and fees.

 

If you have questions regarding your bill you may call (978) 544-5775 and leave a message stating your name, phone number and the address of your property.  You may also email your request for information to newsalemtax@aol.com.  Questions regarding the assessed value of your property, abatements or exemptions should be directed to the Assessors at (978) 544-5814.

 

Non-cash payments may be deposited in the tax payment drop box located in front of the town hall or mailed to the Tax Collector’s office at 24 S. Main St., New Salem, MA 01355. Payments may also be scheduled or paid online at www.unitaxonline.com. Cash payments (exact change only, please) may be made during the Tax Collector’s office hours at 24 S. Main Street on Tuesdays 5-7pm and Thursdays 10am-Noon. 

 

Assessment information and abatement forms can be found on the Assessors or Tax Collector pages.

FAQS

 

The valuation is not correct on my Real Estate or Personal Property bill. What do I do?


I need an abatement. What do I do?


Where can I get abatement forms?


Real Estate FAQs


Motor Vehicle FAQs

 

How do I order a Municipal Lien Certificate?

 

Links

 

Online Tax Payments

 

Motor Vehicle Excise Tax Abatement Application


Real & Personal Property Abatement Application


Registry of Motor Vehicles Change of Address


 

Mission Statement

To further the mission of the Finance Department and the Town of New Salem through the timely billing, collecting, recording, posting and depositing of all taxes committed to the office by the Assessors.  The Collector is committed to provide prompt and courteous service to individuals or organizations seeking information or assistance.