Assessor’s Office

Assessing Office Hours

Assessing Department Hours are the same as Town Hall Business Hours:

Monday, Wednesday, Thursday 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Tuesday, 8:00 AM - 7:00 PM

Friday, 8:00 AM - Noon 

Chief Assessor Office Hours

The Chief Assessor has in person office hours between 11:00 AM and 1:00 PM Monday - Thursday. 

Mission Statement

The Assessors are required to assess all Real and Personal Property within the confines of the Town, at full, fair cash value. The analysis of market trends, assessment levels and uniformity of all properties to achieve full and fair cash value of assessments is done every year. This work is carried out in accordance with the requirements of Massachusetts General Laws Chapter 40 Sec 56 and Chapter 58 Sec 1, 1A and 3.

In addition, the Assessing Department must administer annually, the processing of motor vehicle excise tax abatements, grant exemption applications, chapter land application, form of list and be the prime source of information regarding title and valuation of the 4,000 plus parcels of Real and Personal Property accounts for the Town.

We are committed to keeping our values current and our records accurate along with providing timely and courteous service to all the citizens of Maynard. The main programs which the Assessing Department is engaged in yearly are:

  • Valuation of Residential Properties
  • Valuation of Commercial/Industrial Properties
  • Sales Ratio Study
  • Income and Expense Study
  • Personal Property Valuation
  • Abatements - Real and Personal Property and Motor Vehicle
  • Permits/Cyclical Inspections
  • Excise Tax Program
  • Chapter Land Program
  • Tax exemption Programs
  • Special Taxation Programs

Property Information Lookup

You can view Assessor records online by visiting the Property Lookup Service.

You can also look up property and map information using GIS linked to the assessing data.


See our latest public notices on our Notices page.

More Information

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact the Assessors' Office at 978-897-1304 or email Rick A. Ladd or Marianne Harrold.