Why Haven’t I Received A Tax Bill From the City of Framingham?

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FRAMINGHAM – Tax bill in the City of Framingham are quarterly. The next scheduled tax bill is February 1, but residents will not get a tax bill until May 1.

“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,” said the City in a statement.

“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,” said the City.

The City suggested residents check the City of Framingham Treasurer’s Webpage or call (508) 532-5430 for updated information. 

” If you wish to pay in advance of the bills being mailed, you can send estimated payments to the Treasurer’s Office (150 Concord, Room 111, Framingham, MA 01702) or call City Hall Systems at (508) 381-5455 to pay over the phone. Payments cannot be paid online at this time,” said the City of Framingham.

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