Martha Leamy, Principal Assessor
The Assessors’ Office maintains records of motor vehicle excise tax files. Applications for deferrals, exemptions and abatement requests for real property, personal property, and motor vehicle excise taxes can be obtained from and should be filed with the Assessors’ Office on a timely basis.
The Board of Assessors is a three member, elected Board, which is required by Massachusetts law to list and value all real and personal property. The Assessors’ primary responsibility is to find the “full and fair cash value” of all real and personal property, so that everyone pays their fair share of taxes.
Tax maps are used by the Assessor’s office to locate and provide essential land area information about every real property in their municipality. The Town of Southampton does not make any warranty, expressed or implied, nor assume any responsibility or legal liability for the accuracy of these maps. This data does not take the place of a professional survey and has no legal bearing on the parcel configurations, such as the true shape, size, location, or property lines.
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Southampton Assessor Tax Maps (updated May 2015)
Exemption Blind Guidelines
Blind Exemption Form (96-3)
Exemption Senior Guidelines
Senior Exemption Form (96-1)
Exemption Surviving Spouses Guide
Surviving Spouses – Minors Exemption Form (96-2)
Exemptions Veteran Guidelines
Veterans Exemption Form (96-4)
Old Assessor Meeting Minutes
Assessor Meeting Minutes for 2009 to 2014
Office Hours: Monday-Thursday 8:30am-4pm
Phone: (413) 527-4741
Fax: (413) 529-1004
Principal Assessor – Martha Leamy
210 College Highway, Suite 6
Southampton, MA 01073
Meetings of the Board of Assessors are open to the public and are generally held every other Monday evening from 4:30 – 6:30 pm. Meeting dates and times can be found on MyTownGovernment website.