37997470_235806780385237_7710268171009130496_nState Representative Denise Garlick

Vice Chair, House Committee on Ways and Means
Invites you to be her guest at her Report to the Community

Dover Town House, 5 Springdale Ave., Dover, MA

January 28, 2020

Reception 7:15 PM
Report 7:30 PM
Questions/Discussion 8:00 PM – 8:30 PM


aaaaaaaaaaOffice Hours With Town Assessor

Monday, January 13, 10:00am
Friday, February 7, 10:00am
Monday, March 16, 10:00am
Caryl Community Center, Room 108

Do you have questions about your property or excise taxes? Are you aware of the Senior Tax Relief programs available to Dover residents? Come meet with Assessor Amy Gow to answer questions and learn more about Town programs that may benefit you. Coffee and light refreshments provided.
RSVP TO THE COA 508-315-5734

Sponsored by the Dover Council on Aging

37997470_235806780385237_7710268171009130496_nFY 2020 Tax Bills

Dover’s FY 2020 tax rate of $12.84 has been reviewed and approved by the Department of Revenue.

Tax bills will be mailed in late December, with the first of two final payments due on February 3, 2020. Applications for abatement of the real estate or personal property tax must also be submitted to the Board of Assessors by February 3, 2020. For personal exemptions, the application deadline is April 1, 2020.

As required, the Town has completed its interim year valuation update for FY 2020 reflecting values as of January 1, 2019. The average single family residential valuation is $1,221,117.00; the median is $1,046,500.00.

If you have any questions about your bill or would like further information concerning abatements or exemptions, please contact the Assessors’ Office at 508-785-0032, ext. 241.