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Town Collector

William Jennings, Treasurer/Collector 

Staff:
Carol Peterson, Assistant Town Collector
Warren Bovarnick, Senior Administrative Assistant
Sally Styche, Administrative Assistant

Contact:
145 Main Street 
Sandwich, MA 02563
Phone: (508) 833-8012
Fax: (508) 888-2497
E-mail: taxcollector@townofsandwich.net

Office Hours:
Monday, Wednesday, Thursday & Friday: 8:30 a.m. to 4:30p.m.
Tuesdays: 8:30a.m. - 8:00p.m.

The Town of Sandwich is excited to offer residents in our community a new convenient method to pay Real Estate, Personal Property, and Excise Taxes via the web.

Simply go to www.mcc.net to pay your CURRENT* tax bills online.

  • Easy, Convenient, and Secure
  • Electronic bank transaction
  • Uses checking or savings account
  • 25 cents per payment transaction (higher cost for credit cards)
  • Accessible 24 hours a day
  • Uses Checking or savings account or debit/credit card
*This service is available only during the 30 days that the most current 
bill is due. Once the due date has passed, we ask that you call the Tax Collector’s Office at 508-833-8012 for the most up to date figures.

About the Tax Collector's Office:
The Tax Collector is responsible for the printing, mailing and collection of all tax bills issued by the Town of Sandwich. These include: Motor Vehicle Excise Tax, Boat Excise Tax, Real Estate Tax and Personal Property Tax. The Tax Collector's office issues and maintains a record of Municipal Lien Certificates to be filed at the Registry of Deeds in Barnstable. This office also collects fees for and issues all Transfer Station Stickers and Beach Stickers. Real Estate and Personal Property tax bills are issued semi-annually but are collected quarterly.
This means four times a year, not four equal payments.  The bills are mailed on June 30th and Dec. 31st. Each mailing contains two bills with due dates of: Aug. 1st, Nov. 1st, Feb. 1st, and May 1st. No reminder is sent between quarters. By state law, interest is charged on any and all late payments - even bills that have been lost in the mail or never received due to transfer of ownership. Copies of bills are available in the office if anyone should misplace their tax bill.