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If you received a warrant for your excise tax bill you then are required to make payment at the Deputy Collectors. The Deputy Collector is located at:34 Salem StreetReading, MA 01867Phone: 781-944-8504
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There are several ways you can submit online payments to the Town of Stoneham. You can utilize your bank’s bill pay system or you can pay through our website using our secure Unipay System. Both are fast and effective as long as the correct information is provided.
When you utilize your bank’s online bill payment service you are authorizing your bank to send us the payment directly. (Normally in the form of a check) This process can take up to a week to process due to the nature of the payment. General guidelines are as follows (check with your bank for specific instructions):
This is essential for assuring proper credit to the correct account.
When you utilize the Town of Stoneham’s Online bill payment feature your payment is submitted electronically. We accept credit cards, debit cards and electronic checks (fees when applicable). It is fast and very efficient. Simply log into our Website and visit the online bill pay website.
Simply follow the instructions. Accounts are set-up prior so no additional references/notations are necessary. Please note: Small processing fee assessed for all electronic check payments. In addition to fees for credit card usage. Please call 781-279-2660 if you have any questions.
You may request a Municipal Lien Certificate in writing by mailing your request along with a self-addressed stamped envelope to:Treasurer's Office35 Central StreetStoneham, MA 02180
You may also request a Municipal Lien Certificate online. The fees are as follows:
Water, sewer and trash is billed on a quarterly basis:
Payments can be made in person at the Treasurer's Office, online, by mail or by utilizing our drop-off box at the side entrance of Town Hall.
The fiscal year 2015 real estate tax rate is as follows:
Real Estate and Personal Property taxes are due four times a year:
Real Estate/Personal Property Tax Bills are mailed twice a year in June and in December. Each bill contains two payment stubs to be submitted with your tax payments. You can sign up for email reminders through our website.