Mayor Galvin Delivers Relief to Woburn Taxpayers—Extends Tax Due Date to June 1 and Waives Late Fees and Interest on Certain Bills Paid by June 30

Mayor Scott Galvin is pleased to provide some much-needed relief to Woburn taxpayers by extending the due date for real estate and personal property taxes to June 1, 2020, as well as waiving all late fees and interest related to water and sewer bills, real estate, excise, and personal property taxes, with a due date on or after March 10, 2020, as long as they are paid by June 30, 2020. Filing of exemptions and deferment applications also applies.

“Residents who are struggling through no fault of their own deserve this relief. We are here and working hard to support our residents,” said Mayor. “This measure is one more important way we are working to move through this difficult time, and come out stronger because we all worked together.”

For Mayor Galvin’s letter to the City Council, as well as specific language and guidelines about the ways in which this taxpayer relief applies to certain tax, personal property, water and sewer bills, etc., click on CityofWoburnTaxRelief_Chapter53_April10_20

Mayor Galvin extends his thanks to Governor Charlie Baker, as well as state legislators Representatives Richard Haggerty and Michelle Ciccolo, and Senator Cindy Friedman for legislation prioritizing this critical taxpayer relief on Beacon Hill.