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No, unfortunately we are unable to process payments over the phone.
Payments can be made:
Please contact the Deputy Tax Collector, Hobin & Hobin, (508) 747-4344.
A demand bill is a result of an unpaid tax bill. A demand fee will be assessed to accounts with an outstanding balance.
If you receive a real estate demand bill and your taxes are escrowed and paid by your mortgage lender, please do not ignore as the Tax Collector’s records indicates that an outstanding balance remains on your account.
It is the obligation of the taxpayer to seek out a bill if one is not received; fees and interest will not be waived. (See Massachusetts General Law Ch 60, Sec 3 and Ch 60, Sec 15) The Town of Plymouth is not responsible for bills or payments lost in the mail. Failure to receive the bill does not relieve the obligation.
Water bills are mailed quarterly and are due within 30 days of issuance. Pay your Water & Sewer bills by visiting the Online Payments webpage.
The fiscal year begins July 1st and ends June 30th of the following year.
Bills are mailed semi-annually on June 30th and December 31st. Payments are due quarterly.
Payment Due Dates
Mailed on June 30th
Mailed on December 31st
Request a Municipal Lien Certificate by visiting the Treasurer/Collector's webpage.
A Land Court citation is an official notice that the Town has filed a complaint to foreclose rights of redemption for non-payment of real estate taxes on a parcel which you may own or in which you may have another type of legal interest. Any parties who have received a Land Court citation should file a response by the date indicated on the citation. If a response is not filed, the Town can file a motion for general default and request the court to review the case for issuance of a foreclosure judgement.