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Town Assessors: Three member elected board who keep records of all the property in town, which it values and classifies. They determine the amount of taxes to be paid by the taxpayer and issue abatements.

The current Assessors and their terms:

Leon Ripley, Chair 2017- 2020

Brian Falcetti 2016-2019

Denise Hyland 2015-2018

 

The Assessor’s Clerk is Donna Fillion and she has office hours on Tuesday mornings between 9am and 2pm and each Monday night from 7:30pm-9:00pm. The office phone number is (413) 357-8585 Ext. 2

The Assessor’s meet each Monday night at 7:30pm; except during summer when it is every other Monday evening.


LIST OF 2017 REGULARLY SCHEDULED MEETINGS


The Town has completed its conversion of its Assessor's Data Base to a new system. To access the Assessor's Data please click here:

Town of Granville Assessor Records

 Granville Assessor Maps


Each year property owners are required to pay taxes assessed by the local Assessors. All taxpayers have a right to file for an abatement of their taxes if they believe their property has not been fairly assessed. Contact the Assessor’s office for the correct form. Applications for abatements are due on or before the due date for payment of the first actual bill.

Others may be eligible for tax exemptions which release a person from the requirement to pay all or a fraction of their property tax obligations. Exemptions are available to those individuals that meet the various requirements in the following categories: elderly, blind, minor children of deceased police or firefighter killed in the line of duty, disabled veterans, widows/widowers and minor children with a deceased parent. Contact the Assessor’s for information and forms. Applications for personal exemptions are due on December 15 or within 3 months of the mailing of the first actual tax bill.

 

Please follow this link to find out about motor vehicle excise taxes:

Additional Excise Information 

Information on Homestead Exemptions:Homestead Info

 


TAXPAYER'S USE (from MA DOR website)

Abatement Applications

Classified Forest, Farm and Recreational Land Applications

Exemption/Deferral Applications

Persons

Property Returns