Property Tax Bills

Updates: The due date for property tax bills in Lawrence has been postponed from May 1st to June 1, 2020. All interest associated with real estate, personal property, excise tax, and water and sewer bills due after March 10, 2020 will be waived until June 30, 2020. If not paid by June 29, 2020 accrued interest will be applied retroactively from the due date until the bill is paid in full.

Residents can continue to pay bills online or by mail. All payments can be made at epay.cityhallsystems.com/.

Actualizaciones: La fecha de vencimiento de las facturas de impuestos a la propiedad en Lawrence se ha pospuesto del 1 de Mayo al 1 de Junio de 2020. No se aplicará ningún interés relacionado con bienes inmuebles, bienes personales, impuestos especiales y facturas de agua y alcantarillado después del 10 de Marzo de 2020 hasta el 30 de Junio de 2020. Si no se paga antes del 29 de junio de 2020, los intereses acumulados se aplicarán retroactivamente desde la fecha de vencimiento hasta que la factura se pague en su totalidad.

Los residentes pueden continuar pagando facturas en línea o por correo. Todos los pagos pueden hacerse en epay.cityhallsystems.com/.

Tax Bill Information:

Real estate and personal properties bill run on a fiscal year basis and are mailed and due quarterly. The due dates are as follows:

due dates

The 1st and 2nd quarter bills are always preliminary bills based on the last fiscal year’s actual bill. The 3rd and 4th quarter bills are actual bills based on the recap and the budget being passed on time and a tax rate being set.

Note, any unpaid water and sewer charges for prior fiscal year not paid by mid-November will be added to the 3rd quarter actual real estate bill as mandated by Massachusetts General Law.

If you are a property owner who does not receive a tax bill, please send an email request to collectors@cityoflawrence.com and a duplicate bill will be mailed to you.

Abatements & Exemptions

Abatements and exemptions are applied to the February and May bills. If you think you may be entitled to an abatement or exemption, you can contact the Assessor’s office at 978-620-3190.