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Assessing Forms
Assessing Forms
All forms may be downloaded, completed and submitted to the Assessors Department.  The property owner's signature must be on the form in order to process the request.
  • MV Abatement Request Form
    Download, complete the form and mail it to the Assessors with all documentation necessary according to the application.

  • Affidavits of Address for Property
    City Council Ordinance requires that property owners file an Affidavit of Address upon the purchase of a property and/or when there is a change in the owner mailing address or other information.

  • Change of Address Form
    This form should be filed initially upon the purchase of a property and/or when there is a change in the mailing address for the tax or utility bills.

  • Form of List
    To be filled out by all businesses located in the City of Lowell annually between January 1 and March 1.
(Personal property schedules are not open to public inspection)
  • Massachusetts Tax Form 3 ABC
    Every organization seeking exemption pursuant to M.G.L. c.59, s.5 cl.3 must file a Form 3ABC with the assessors annually on or before March 1st.  The filing of this form titled "Return of Property Held for Charitable and Other Purposes" is a state tax form and the filing is mandated by statute and cannot be waived by  the  assessors

  • Income & Expense Forms
M.G.L. Ch. 59, s.38D titled "Written Return of Information to Determine Valuation of Real Property" A board of assessors may request the owner or lessee of any real property to make written return under oath within sixty (60) days containing such information as may reasonably be required by it to determine the actual fair cash valuation of such property.  Failure of an owner or lessee to furnish this information shall bar him from any statutory appeal under this chapter.  In addition, if the owner fails to submit such information within the time and in the form prescribed, in addition to other penalties, there shall be added to the real  tax levied upon the property in question for the next ensuing tax year the amount of fifty dollars on residential property, and five hundred dollars on commercial  and industrial property.
  • STATUTORY TAX EXEMPTIONS:           (Online July 1st through March 31st)
Must be downloaded, completed, signed and submitted to the Board of Assessors annually.  Any application filed outside of this timeframe must automatically be denied. 
  • Other Exemptions - Applications may be mailed, upon request, or picked up in the Assessors Office
  • Hardship Exemption (Cl. 18)
  • Temporary Hardship Exemption (Cl. 18A)
  • Widow(er) of Police or Fire
  • Elderly & Disabled (Annual file date: January 1st through March 31st)