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Assessor Page Rob Pic 2 5.9.18Robert L. Alford II


Robbie has been the Chief Assessor for the Town of Easton since June 2008. He has been in the Assessing field since 1994, serving on a Board of Assessors and later as an Assessor.  In 1998, he received his Massachusetts Accredited Assessor designation from the Massachusetts Association of Assessing Officers. He is a member of numerous professional associations, including the former president of the Bristol County Assessors Association.

It is the job of the Board of Assessors to assess all Real and Personal Property at Market Value. The Department of Revenue certifies this every year. The Assessors Office generates the bulk of the revenue for the Town of Easton through Real Estate Taxes. The Real Estate bills are mailed twice a year with payment due August 1st, November 1st, February 1st, and May 1st. The Fiscal Year runs from July 1st through June 30th. Easton adopted June 30th as the assessment date and also adopted the law concerning supplemental assessments on new construction.

FY2022 Real Estate Tax Rate: $15.39
FY2021 Real Estate Tax Rate: $15.48

Board of Assessors:

Term Ends:
Michael J. McKenna
Raymen A. Morrell
Vice Chairman
Scott J. Timulty -  MAA



Chief Assessor
(508) 230-0520
Assessors' Assistant
(508) 230-0522
Office Assistant


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Cyclical Inspections of Property 

The Easton Assessors’ Office is in the process of doing cyclical inspections of real estate properties throughout the town, as well as inspections for building permits and new sales. The inspections are being done during the next few months with inspectors going door-to-door throughout neighborhoods to do inspections of both the interior and exterior of properties.   Ann Williams will have a letter from the Assessors office and/or Town identification. Inspections for building permits and recent sales are being done by the town’s Chief Assessor Robert Alford and Assessors’ Assistant Ellen Weene.  Robert and Ellen will have Town identification with his or her photograph.

Inspections of the interior of the property will not be done unless a person age 18 or older is present. If no one is available for the interior inspection, a notice will be left on the doorknob requesting that the resident call the Assessors’ Office at 508-230-0520 to set up appointment to view the property’s interior.

The Department of Revenue requires that every community re-inspect its real estate periodically. The state suggests reviewing a portion of properties every year rather than having a huge expense for all inspections in one year’s budget. As a result, the Easton Board of Assessors inspects some of its property every year. In addition to meeting state requirements, the objective of this project is to assure the accuracy of the Town’s assessing data.

The Board of Assessors urges the public to be cooperative with the inspector and understand that by assuring the accuracy of assessing information, the Town will ensure that every homeowner pays only his or her fair share in taxes. Realtors, appraisers and banks also use our data.  By making sure the Assessors’ Office has accurate information, you are also helping yourself.