Board of Assessors


Mission Statement

The Assessing Department is responsible for accurately determining the value of all real and person property located within the Town of Upton for the purpose of taxation. The department is responsible for the administration of all property tax data records and maintains accurate parcel ownership data based upon recorded property transactions at the Registry of Deeds. The mission of the Upton Assessors office is to provide excellent service to the community through public awareness, education, and availability of assessment information, while looking towards future innovative measures to improve these services.

Fiscal Year 2023 Assessment Information

The Town of Upton has experienced tremendous growth over the past year with new construction of single-family homes in new subdivisions and new condominium units since 2021. This growth has increased the total value of Real Estate in town, with an increase in the Total Assessed Values and a decrease in the Tax Rate. This increase can be more than 2.5% as Proposition 2 ½ relates to the overall Tax Levy of Upton, and the increase can be greater than 2 ½ % for each parcel.

The time period to file an Abatement Application ended on February 1st. Please get in touch with us at the Assessor's Office for additional information at 508-529-1002.

It is important to note that Assessors do not raise or lower taxes, nor do the Assessors set the tax rate. These determinations are made through statistical analysis by the Department of Revenue. Additional information regarding the process is available on the Assessor's web page.


  • 4 pm
  • 1st Tuesday of the month

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Bill Taylor, Chair - term ends 2025
William Bonina, Member - term ends 2024
Valerie Leonardo, Member - term ends 2024