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Tax bills are issued four times a year. The quarterly tax payments are due on the following dates:
August 1st; November 1st; February 1st; May 1st.
To avoid interest, payment must be received in the Collector’s office by the due date.
To obtain information in regards to taxes or bills paid in a calendar year, please fill out this form ( Link to PDF for Request for Tax Information ) and return to the Treasurer’s Office or email to email@example.com .
Payments can be made at Town Hall during normal business hours, 8:30am – 4:30pm Monday – Friday. Payments may also be dropped into the after hours box located in front of the Town Hall entrance on Bartlet St. Payments dropped in the box after business hours will be applied on the next business day. Checks should be made payable to the Town of Andover.
You may also mail payments to:
Town HallCollector’s Office36 Bartlet St.Andover, MA 01810
Please note postmarks are not accepted as paid dates, so be sure you leave enough time for delivery if paying by mail
Payments can also be made online at:https://andoverma.gov/223/Collector-Treasurer
Credit balances on Real Estate/Personal Property accounts will be issued at the end of the fiscal year. Refunds will be issued to whomever is responsible for the payment that created the credit.
Motor Vehicle Excise Tax refunds will be processed when there is a credit on the account.
You may obtain a Municipal Lien Certificate by completing a request for Municipal Lien form and mailing it to:
Office of the Tax CollectorTown of Andover36 Bartlet StAndover, MA 01810
You may download and print the form from this Web site /DocumentCenter/View/5334/MLC_RequestForm. (in Adobe .pdf Format)
You will need to supply the Property Address and name of the Current Owner. A self-addressed, stamped envelope should be included with the request, if you wish the Municipal Lien Certificate to be mailed to you.
You may also pay online here https://unipaygold.unibank.com/transactioninfo.aspx .
The cost for a Municipal Lien Certificate is $50.00 for residential properties and $100.00 for commercial. Acceptable forms of payment are: attorney's check; certified or registered check; personal check; and cash (if paid in person).