Tax Collector

The Collector’s office is responsible for collecting all taxes committed by the Assessors’ office. All payments are recorded, posted, updated and deposited daily. The Collectors staff is committed to providing our customers with up to date information on their accounts in an effective and efficient manner – using guidelines established by the Department of Revenue.

Payment of Real Estate, Personal Property and Excise tax bills may be made during office hours. We encourage you to pay your bill online using the Online Payment link on the left. For added convenience there is a secure payment drop box located outside the main entrance to the building.

Citizen Self Service:

Residents can now view their real estate tax and payment history through the Citizen Self-Service application.  Once at the site, select Real Estate on the right side menu and enter your name, address or bill number to review your information.

Tread Donations Program:

Tax Relief for Elders and the Disabled (TREAD) is a program created under MGL Ch 60, Sec 3D which allows the Town to collect donations which will be used to assist qualifying low income elderly property owners and / or qualifying disabled property owners in paying their property taxes. For additional details go to the Elder and Human Services Department page on the Town’s website. Payments can be made by check or online using the OnLine Payment link.

Certificates of Municipal Liens in Littleton are $25.00 for any parcel.

Betterment Release Certificates are $4.00

Questions/Additional Information

Any questions regarding valuation, abatements or exemptions should be directed to the Assessors' Office at  978-540-2410. Office hours for the Assessors' are Monday 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.; Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday 8:00 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Friday 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 Noon. If you would like to view the valuation records for a particular parcel, please go to the Board of Assessors page to the link for Real Property Information. 

Property owners are advised to forward these bills to their mortgage companies as soon as possible. According to state law the bills must be mailed to the property owner and it is the owner’s responsibility to see that the mortgage company receives the tax bill.

Any other questions should be directed to the Collector’s office at 978-540-2405.

Staff Contacts

Name Title Phone
Deborah Richards Tax Collector (978) 540-2405

Deputy Tax Collector


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