UPDATED: Framingham Excise Bills Can Be Paid Online or Mailed; City Hall Closed

FRAMINGHAM – The City of Framingham motor vehicle excise tax bills are due this month.

Mayor Yvonne Spicer closed the Memorial Building to the public this week, so bills must be mailed or paid online, and can not be paid in person.

There is a credit card convenience fee of 2.95% for major credit cards (minimum of $1) and an ACH charge of $0.50.

A resident asked if the deadline to pay would be extended on social media, since City Hall is closed.

District 4 City Councilor Michael Cannon reached out to the City’s Chief Financial Officer.

“We are not applying demand fees or interest on excise tax payments through April 7th, at which point we will re-evaluate.  If we are in the same social distancing protocol we will extend the time frame,” said the CFO to the City Councilor.

UPDATED: City issued a press release around 3 p.m. to say the demand fees and or interest would be delayed through April 13.

For the Framingham residents who normally pay their Excise and Parking at City Hall, please find listed below alternative payment methods:

  1. Online at: at https://epay.cityhallsystems.com/
  2. By mailing in a payment to:
    City Of Framingham
    Office of the Tax Collector
    PO Box 722
    Reading, MA 01867
  3. Over the phone by calling City Hall Systems at 1-800-491-9788
  4. Going to Kelley and Ryan Offices (Address noted below) Monday-Friday, 8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Kelley & Ryan City Hall Systems
3 Rosenfeld Drive
Hopedale, MA 01757

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