Timothy J. McGourthy, Chief Financial Officer
The City will take advantage of the Municipal Challenges Bill signed by the Governor. There is a local option to assist those financially affected by COVID-19 to have more time to make payments on recent FY20 taxes (excise, real estate), assessments and water and sewer liens that have been added to real estate tax bills. The City understands the stress that many residents and businesses are under during this unprecedented time and are making every effort possible to alleviate that pressure.
The City will delay the due date for municipal property tax bills to June 1. The City will also waive the payment of interest and other penalties on late payments that were due after March 10 and paid before June 30 for any excise, tax, betterment assessment, water or sewer bill or other charge added to a tax.
The City of Worcester is pleased to provide these data searches which will allow you to search our databases for public records of interest to you. You can find information about Property Records, Real Estate Taxes/Certificate of Municipal Liens, Search Bids, Tax Foreclosures, Tax Payment History and the Vendor Check Register.
Worcester – For the 34th consecutive year, the City of Worcester has been named a Tree City USA by the Arbor Day Foundation in recognition of its commitment to effective urban forest management.
Posted: Wednesday 06/17/20
The City of Worcester has released the following COVID-19 update for May 21.
Posted: Thursday 05/21/20
The City of Worcester has released the following COVID-19 update for April 27.
Posted: Monday 04/27/20
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Worcester, MA 01608
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