Assessor's Office


Mary E. Quill MAA
Director of Assessing
(781) 383-4114 Ext 123
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Department Personnel

Contact Information

Town Hall
41 Highland Avenue
Cohasset, MA 02025

Phone: (781) 383-4114
Fax: (781) 383-4180

Business Hours:

Monday, Wednesday, Thursday: 8:30am - 4:30pm

Tuesday: 8:30am - 7:00pm

Friday: 8:30am - 1:00pm 


 News and Announcements:


 Fiscal Year 2016 Tax Rate: $12.88



 Description and Mission of the Assessors' Department:


The Assessors' Office has created an overview of the departmental operations to assist taxpayers in business dealings with our office.  The Assessors' Mission is to provide fair and uniform assessment information with high accuracy and efficiency in a responsive and timely manner.  We are focused on informing and aiding the public to better understand the assessment process, taxpayers' rights, and the exemptions available to qualifying residents. 

The Town of Cohasset has an assessing staff of three full time employees who manage the daily activities of the assessing department, under the direction of the Board of Assessors.  The Board of Assessors consists of three elected members, each member being elected on alternate years.  Currently there are two licensed and qualified real estate appraisers on the board, the board consists of:

  • Mary E. Granville, Chair
  • Melissa Browne, Clerk
  • Debra J. Krupczak, Member 


                                                          Click Here for the Board of Assessors' Page



 Responsibilities and Services:


The Assessors' office is responsible for determining the fair and equitable distribution of property taxes, while at the same time maintaining an open door to the public in which information can be readily available to the pulbic when needed.  The Assessors' Office is responsible, but not limited to the following: 

  • Classify and determine "full and fair cash value" of all real and personal property

  • Delivering the tax and warrant lists to the Treasurer/Collector's Office

  • Review, process, and record all exemption and abatement applications

  • Submitting values to the State Department of Revenue every three years for certification

  • Maintaining up to date assessing and parcel maps



 Important Information, Dates, and Fees: