DUE Nov. 22 - First half Fiscal Year 2022 Real Estate & Personal Property taxes

Pay: online, in person, via lobby lock box

First half Fiscal Year 2022 Real Estate and Personal Property tax bills have been mailed and are due in the tax office no later than November 22, 2021. If you have not received a bill, please contact us at 978-838-2765 for a copy. Due to post office issues, we advise you not to mail your payments since payments received after the due date will be subject to late interest fees with no exception per state law.

Consider paying using the following methods:

Pay Online using our UNIBANK online payment system.  Check payments and credit cards are accepted using this method. There will be a fee for both payment options charged by UNIBANK.

• Pay in person at the Municipal Building during office hours of Monday, Wednesday, and Friday: 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. and on Tuesday and Thursday from 9:00 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.

• After hour payments can be left in the secure green drop box in the outer lobby of the Municipal Building (checks only, no cash). You can use this option 24/7 and save a trip up the stairs. If you need a paid receipt please include a stamped self-addressed envelope or ask for a copy to be emailed to you at no charge.

Because of what can be a confusing state law, the property owner as of 1/1/2021 will receive the tax bill for both the October/2021 and April/2022 tax invoices. Owners of property purchased after the first of the year should have also received a copy of the tax bill and are responsible for payment. Please call us if you purchased property after 1/1/2021 and have not received a tax bill. Amounts received from Attorneys from a sale are not always correct and it is up to the owner/buyers to resolve any payment issues. It is not a tax department problem.

Please note that payments received in our office/online after the November 22 due date will be subject to interest and will accrue at 14%. This interest will accrue until paid and/or added to your April/22 tax bill.

Feel free to call us with any tax-related questions. You should contact the Assessors Office with any questions or issues regarding property values, exemptions, and abatements, and other tax reduction programs. If you change your mailing address the Assessors need to be notified to ensure taxes are sent to the proper address (assessors@townofberlin.com or call 978-838-2256).

Dennis Fearebay CMMT, CMMC

Treasurer/Tax Collector

(978) 838-2765


If you have any questions regarding Real Estate, Personal Property, or Auto Excise Tax payments, feel free to call us in the Tax Office at 978-838-2765.

  • Dennis Fearebay, CMMC, CMMT Treasurer/Collector
  • Stephen Price, Assistant Treasurer
  • Brien Devaney, Assistant Tax Collector
  • Edie Brewer, File Clerk