Treasurer Duties The Treasurer's Office receives and accounts for all money belonging to the city. The treasurer has custody of the city's stabilization fund, retirement funds, trust funds, and investments. The treasurer also pursues tax title cases and manages the city's banking business.
The Collector's Office provides current and accurate financial information to the public, financial institutions, the legal community, and other city departments. All receivables due to the city are collected and the receipts of the city's parking system are managed by the Collector's Office.
Real Estate & Personal Property Taxes
Real estate and personal property tax bills are mailed quarterly with due dates of: August 1st
Please inform the Assessors' Office of new ownership or change of address to receive bills in a timely manner.
**TAX RATE FOR FY2016 IS $16.16 PER 1,000 OF YOUR ASSESSED VALUE.**
Motor Vehicle Taxes
Motor vehicle excise tax bills are mailed out various times during the year. An excise must be paid within 30 days of the issuance of the bill. See the Motor Vehicle Excise Tax page for information on abatements and how bills are calculated.
New ownership or change of address can be updated at the Registry of Motor Vehicles to insure timely receipt of excise bills. Excise Bills FAQ
Water & Sewer (Utility) Bills
Water and Sewer bills will be mailed out quarterly.
Please inform the Department of Public Works: Water Division of change of home ownership or address in order to insure proper, timely receipt of your water and sewer bills.
Fiscal Year Note
The fiscal year runs July 1st through June 30th.