Tax Collector
Contact TypeContact Information
Steven Anderstrom, Tax Collector
Holland Town Hall, 27 Sturbridge Road 
Holland ,MA 01521 
(413) 245-7108 ext 110
(413) 245-7037
Alternate Phone:
Monday 9 to 12 & 1 to 4
Tuesday 9 to 12 & 1 to 2
the 4th Tuesday evening 6 to 7
Wednesday 9 to 12 & 1 to 2
Additional Links:
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You can now opt out of mailed bills by paying one bill online and checking the box that says "opt out".  That will link your email address to online billing.
If you pay using  ACH (automatic check payment) there will be no user fee.    Every time a bill is issued you will receive an email with a link to your bill.   Permanent copies of your tax bills and proof of payment will be kept in your file available to you anytime you log on to online payments.  

Emailed reminders will be sent out to all online bill customers who still haven't paid about a week before the due date.   You have the ability to opt back in to mailed paper bills simply by unchecking the box at any time.  

A copy of a pdf  tax bills will be available through our online payment site for everyone to retrieve.         

Mission Statement

All tax bills are warranted to the Tax Collector for collection by the Holland Board of Assessors.  The tax collection process is governed by the laws of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.  It is the responsibility of the Tax Collector to make sure every Real Estate, Personal Property and Motor Vehicle Excise tax bill warranted for collection is collected in accordance with the the laws of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.  Bills not collected on time must be charged interest and late fees according to Mass Law.  Bills not paid eventually will have a lien recorded against the parcel in accordance with the rules set forth by the State of Massachusetts.  Motor Vehicle excise taxes not paid will be marked for "non-renewal" at the Registry of Motor Vehicle.  The Tax Collector cannot adjust your tax bill in any way.  Please contact the Assessor's if you have any problem with your bill.

All assessment data for Real Estate and Personal Property tax bills originates from the Holland Board of Assessors.  The tax data for Motor Vehicle excise tax bills originates from the Massachusetts Registry of Motor Vehicle. Address changes for excise tax bills are made with the Registry of Motor Vehicle.