Orleans Residents Could See Tax Changes After May Town Meeting

ORLEANS- Orleans residents could see a change on how their taxes would be collected after the annual town meeting in May.

This change would directly impact the billing and payment schedule of future real estate tax payments. Residents would now pay tax charges in smaller installments but four times a year instead of two larger installments.

The town plans to mail both of the first two tax bills, due August 1st and November 1st, in the same mailing on July 1st.

The taxpayer would be responsible for paying the August 1st bill and keeping the secondary payment stub in a “safe place” and paying that by November 1st. The same situation would be true for the next two tax bills due February 1st and May 1st.

For more information you can contact the Town’s Assessor’s Office at 508-240-73700 ext. 430 for Collectors Office 508-240-3700 ext. 314.

You can also log on to town.orleans.ma.us

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