Town Offices located at Town Hall, 16 Jan Sebastian Drive and the Town Hall Annex will be closed to the public on Friday, November 18th and Monday, November 21st to allow town departments to relocate to our wonderful new municipal offices at 100 Rt. 6A... Read on...
About the Tax Collector’s Office
The Tax Collector is responsible for the printing, mailing and collection of all tax bills issued by the Town of Sandwich. These include: Motor Vehicle Excise Tax, Boat Excise Tax, Real Estate Tax and Personal Property Tax. The Tax Collector’s office issues and maintains a record of Municipal Lien Certificates to be filed at the Registry of Deeds in Barnstable. This office also collects fees for and issues all Transfer Station Stickers and Beach Stickers.
In our ongoing efforts to limit the need for public interactions the Town of Sandwich will offer Beach and Transfer Station Sticker online or through the mail only.
Please take advantage of either the Cape Cod Beach Sticker website below or the mail in options. We will do our best to accommodate your requests electronically. We hope you have a safe and enjoyable summer! When you do visit us please be prepared for the social distancing and safety precautions and anticipate the possibility of longer than usual wait times.
If you do not have access to the online method below you can complete this form and mail in as directed and a sticker can be mailed to you.
Beach and Transfer Station Stickers Online Payments
Residents can now go to Cape Cod Beach Stickers to purchase Beach and Transfer Station stickers. Simply click or select the Town of Sandwich and you will be able to purchse the stickers you need for the upcoming year. Payments may be made with MasterCard, VISA, Discover, or AMEX. There is a 4.5% processing fee, or $1.50, whichever is greater.
Real Estate & Personal Property Tax Bills
Real Estate and Personal Property tax bills are issued semi-annually but are collected quarterly. This means four times a year, not four equal payments. The bills are mailed on June 30th and December 31st. Each mailing contains two bills with due dates of: August 1st, November 1st, February 1st, and May 1st. No reminder is sent between quarters. By state law, interest is charged on any and all late payments - even bills that have been lost in the mail or never received due to transfer of ownership. Copies of bills are available in the office if anyone should misplace their tax bill.