Assessor’s Office Closed August 4th – 7th:
The Assessor’s office will be closed Monday, August 4th through Thursday August 7th as we will be attending the MA Assessing Officers Annual School. The office will reopen on Friday August 8th from 8:15 a.m. until 12:00 p.m.
The Massachusetts Department of Revenue, as a quality control measure, requires cities and towns to make a sincere effort to inspect all property over a 9 year cycle to verify and update existing data. Accurate property data is essential for developing uniform valuations of properties.
We’d like to thank all Longmeadow property owners for their patience and cooperation as we complete our community-wide data collection (“Full Measure and List”). This process began in April 2013, and was recently completed in July 2014.
Robert Leclair, Principal Assessor (413) 565-4115.
View your property card here: Vision Appraisal Technology
Vision Appraisal is a private company hired by the Town of Longmeadow to maintain virtual access to Assessors property records. View property information and print property cards.
View plot plans here: Longmeadow (GIS) Geographic Information System
Geographically referenced property information
The FY2014 tax rate has been set at $23.15 per $1,000 of assessed value
The Longmeadow Select Board voted to keep a single tax rate for all classes of property.
Contact the Assessor:
Or visit the office: Monday-Thursday between 8:15 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. and Friday 8:15-noon
Adobe PDF forms which can be filled in on the computer, printed and then returned to the Assessors’ Office located at 20 Williams Street, Longmeadow, MA 01106.
- Motor Vehicle Excise Abatement Application- Long Form
- Change of Address Form
- Tax Deferral 41A – Deferral of Real Estate Taxes for Qualified Elderly
- Personal Exemptions:
Further information from the assessor’s office:
- Real & Personal Property Abatement Information
- Personal Exemptions Information
- Motor Vehicle Excise Tax Information
- Change of Name or Address Requests
Visit our Frequently Asked Questions page for additional information
Other forms and publications can be found at the Massachusetts Department of Revenue website.
If you have any questions on your valuation, assessment, abatements or exemptions, you should contact the Assessors’ Office at 565-4115.
For email access, send correspondence to Robert Leclair, Principal Assessor: