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Worcester County Arrest, Court, and Public Records

What Are Worcester County Arrest Records?

Worcester County arrest records is a summary of the arrest history of individuals in the county. It contains information on whether individuals have been arrested or held in custody to question their involvement in specific criminal activities. Worcester County arrest records are maintained by different government agencies, including the court. Worcester arrest records do not contain conclusive proof that arrestees are guilty of the alleged offense. It only indicates suspicion of such arrestees’ involvement in criminal activity. Worcester arrest records may include the names and age of arrestees and the alleged crime.

Crime Statistics

In 2015, Worcester county recorded 3,406 violent crimes and 12,972 property crimes. Compared to 2010 figures, the violent crime rate fell by 3.4% while property crimes reduced by 21%. Worcester County recorded 13 murders, 226 rapes, 2,593 aggravated assaults, and 574 robberies in 2015. In the same period, property crimes’ incidents include 2,850 burglaries, 9,363 larcenies, 760 vehicle thefts, and 53 arsons. The county’s five-year crime trend shows that the robbery (0.3%) rate increased slightly while rape (22.2%) recorded a more modest rise. Murder (7.1%), aggravated assault (6.2%), burglary (37.4%), larceny (12.8%), vehicle theft (33.1%), and arson (38.4%) rates all declined

What Are Worcester County Criminal Records?

Worcester County criminal records are the official documentation of people’s criminal history within the county. Various law enforcement agencies, including the court and the county’s correctional facility, usually submit information to compile these records. Worcester Criminal records are available to the public. The Massachusetts Department of Criminal Justice Information Services manages and issues criminal records for the state of Massachusetts. The full name and aliases, physical descriptors, and records’ subject addresses may appear in these criminal records. The documents may also contain photographs or mugshots of the relevant individuals and the charges against them. Worcester arrest records may also be in these criminal records.

How Do I Get Worcester County Criminal Records?

The Massachusetts Department of Criminal Justice Information Services (MDCJIS) is responsible for issuing criminal records for persons within the state. The MDCJIS undertakes two types of criminal record checks: a name-based criminal record check and a fingerprint-supported criminal record check. The name-based criminal record check shows the State of Massachusetts arraignment information. Requesters can obtain name-based criminal records by submitting the name and date of birth of the records’ subject to the MDCJIS, which will search the information against Massachusetts court records to find the criminal records for such individuals.

Name-based criminal record check consists of only Massachusetts information, and it is not fingerprint supported. The MDCJIS conducts fingerprint-supported criminal record checks by matching the fingerprints of the subject of the records against other fingerprints collected by Massachusetts and other states. Fingerprint-supported criminal record checks may show information on arrests made in Massachusetts and possibly in other states. Requesters can contact the MDCJIS at Arlington St., Suite 2200, Chelsea, MA 02150, to request criminal records. They can also call (617) 660-4600 for more information on obtaining Worcester County criminal records.

How to Find Worcester County Sex Offender Information

The Sex Offender Registry Board (SORB) maintains a statewide sex offender registry that provides identifying information for registered sex offenders living in all counties of the state. To access the sex offenders registry, individuals can visit the SORB website. People can use the Name Search feature to find individual offenders on the website. They can also use the city/county/zip code and address search tools to find sex offenders residing in Worcester County, its towns, cities, or neighborhoods. The sex offender registry is open to the public.

How Do I Visit an Inmate in Worcester County Jail?

Worcester County jail maintains a visiting schedule that's determined by the inmates’ housing units. People can search online for the visiting hours of the inmates they wish to visit. All visitors are expected to conduct themselves and dress appropriately. Visitors wearing certain items deemed inappropriate by correctional staff may not gain access to the facility. The dress code for visitors is available online. Parents or legal guardians may have to accompany children under the age of 17. Parents are required to provide birth certificates for children. Legal guardians may also have to provide court documents as proof of custody, to gain access into the jail facility with the children.

People can visit inmates at the

Worcester County jail,
Paul X. Tivnan Drive,
West Boylston, MA 01583

Where and How to Find Worcester County Inmate Information

The Worcester County Sheriff’s Office is in charge of the day to day running of the Worcester County Jail. It also keeps the jail and inmate records. Worcester County's inmate records are public records. Hence, anyone can access these records. The Sheriff’s Office also provides a handy inmate locator tool on its website. In addition to listing inmates’ locations, this search tool also lets the public search for incarcerated individuals’ visiting times. People can search for inmates either by their names or by the inmates’ number. This inmate search tool is also available in Spanish.

What Are Worcester County Court Records?

The records of the Worcester County Superior Court, Worcester Probate and Family Court, and the Leominster District Court are available on the Massachusetts Trial Court Electronic Case Access portal and the website of the Supreme Judicial Court and Appeals Court of Massachusetts. These central databases contain court dockets, electronic case information, and court calendars. The Worcester Probate and Family Court provide copies of records such as divorce judgments and guardianship rulings upon request.

To obtain these records, requesters may have to complete a Request for Copies form and submit it in person or via mail to the Worcester Probate and Family Court at Main Street, Worcester, MA 01608. Requesters may have to include a check or money order made payable to the Commonwealth of Massachusetts to cover requisite copy fees. The Probate and Family Court accepts cash payment for in-person requests. It charges $20 for each certificate of a name change and a certificate of divorce absolute. The fee for a certified copy of a decree and order of appointment of a guardian is $22. The first page of each certified copy of a judgment of divorce nisi is $20. The rate for additional pages is $1 per page.

Location of All Courts in Worcester County

The Worcester County court system consists of Superior Courts, District Courts, Probate and Family Courts, Housing Courts, and Juvenile Courts. Below is a list of the courts in Worcester County and their addresses:

Worcester Superior Court
Main Street
Worcester, MA 01608
Phone: (508) 831-2000

Clinton District Court
Boylston Street
Clinton, MA 01510
Phone: (978) 368-7811
Fax: (978) 368-7827

Dudley District Court
West Main Street
Dudley, MA 01571
Phone: (508) 943-7123

East Brookfield District Court
East Main Street
East Brookfield, MA 01515
Phone: (508) 885-6305
Fax: (508) 885-7623

Fitchburg District Court
Elm Street
Fitchburg, MA 01420
Phone: (978) 345-2111
Fax: (978) 342-2461

Gardner District Court
Matthews Street
Gardner, MA 01440
Phone: (978) 632-2373
Fax: (978) 630-3902

Leominster District Court
School Street
Leominster, MA 01453
Phone: (978) 537-3722
Fax: (978) 537-3970

Milford District Court
West Street
Milford, MA 01757
Phone: (508) 473-1260
Fax: (508) 634-8477

Orange District Court
Court Square
Orange, MA 01364
Phone: (978) 544-8277
Fax: (978) 544-5204

Westborough District Court
Oak Street
Westborough, MA 01581
Phone: (508) 366-8266
Fax: (508) 366-8268

Gardner District Court
Matthews Street
Gardner, MA 01440
Phone: (978) 632-6326
Fax: (978) 632-3580

Worcester District Court
Main Street
Worcester, MA 01608
Phone: (508) 831-2010

Worcester Probate and Family Court
Main Street
Worcester, MA 01608
Phone: (508) 831-2200
Fax: (508) 752-6138

Central Housing Court - Dudley Session
Dudley District Court
West Main Street
Dudley, MA 01571
Phone: (508) 831-2050

Central Housing Court - Leominster Session
Leominster District Court
School Street
Leominster, MA 01453
Phone: (508) 831-2050
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Central Housing Court - Marlborough Session
Marlborough District Court
Williams Street
Marlborough, MA 01752
Phone: (508) 831-2050

Central Housing Court - Worcester Session
Main Street
Worcester, MA 01608
Phone: (508) 831-2050

Dudley Juvenile Court
West Main Street
Dudley, MA 01571
Phone: (508) 949-3070

Fitchburg Juvenile Court
Elm Street
Fitchburg, MA 01420
Phone: (978) 345-7620

Greenfield Juvenile Court
Franklin County Justice Center
Hope Street
Greenfield, MA 01302
Phone: (413) 775-0014

Worcester Juvenile Court documentation Street
Worcester, MA 01608
Phone: (508) 831-2000

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What Are Worcester County Vital Records

Worcester County Vital Records contain documentation of life events that occurred within the county. Most Worcester County vital records are open records; anyone can request them. However, some of these records may contain information that is considered confidential and limited by the state. The Executive Office of Human Health and Services Department is responsible for maintaining and issuing copies of birth, death, and marriage certificates in Worcester County. Its records cover events that occurred in Massachusetts from 1926 to the present. For historical vital records prepared between 1841 and 1921, requesters can search and order them from the Massachusetts State Archives. The divorce records of Worcester County are accessible by the public unless the court seals them for containing sensitive information.

Where and How to Get Worcester County Divorce Records

People can obtain Worcester divorce records by contacting the Worcester Probate and Family Court at Main StWorcester, MA 01608. Requesters may have to pay the required fees for accessing the divorce records. They may also have to provide some information such as the names of the parties on the divorce records and the date the divorce was granted. Worcester county divorce records are generally accessible by the public. However, where the documents contain sensitive information, such as information on child molestation or domestic abuse, they may be sealed. Requesters can only access sealed divorce records through a court order allowing the unsealing of such sealed records.

Where and How to Get Worcester County Marriage Records

People interested in obtaining Worcester marriage records can make a request in person or via mail to the Massachusetts Registry of Vital Records and Statistics by submitting a completed Vital Records Mail Order Form to the:

Executive Office of Health and Human Services Department of Public Health
Mount Vernon Street
1st Floor
Dorchester, MA 02125-3105

Worcester County Marriage Records are generally public records. However, marriage records of children of unwed parents are only available to eligible requesters. These eligible requesters include the parents of the records’ subject, spouses of people named on the record, and a proven legal representative or guardian of such individuals named on the documents.

Worcester Marriage records cost $32 per copy for mail requests while walk-in requests cost $20 per copy. Requesters may have to provide some information such as the name of the parties to the marriage records, the date, and location of the marriage. They may also be required to provide a government-issued photo ID to obtain these marriage records.

Where and How to Get Worcester County Birth Records

Requesters can obtain certified copies of birth records by submitting a Vital Records Mail Order Form to the:

Executive Office of Health and Human Services Department of Public Health
Mount Vernon Street
1st Floor
Dorchester, MA 02125-3105

Requesters may have to submit alongside their application, money order, or cheque made payable to the Commonwealth of Massachusetts for the requisite fees.

Worcester County birth records are generally public records. Hence, anyone can have access to them. However, the birth records of people born to unwed parents are usually restricted to specific individuals. These individuals include the persons named in the records, their parents listed on the records, fathers not listed on the documents but who can provide adequate documentation validating their paternity, and proven legal guardians or representatives of the subject of the records. Birth records cost $32.

Where and How to Get Worcester County Death Records

Applicants may obtain Worcester death records in person, by visiting the office of the clerk Worcester County at:

City Hall Room 206
Main Street
Worcester, MA 01608

Interested individuals can also obtain the records by submitting a completed Vital Records Mail Order Form in person or via mail to:

Executive Office of Health and Human Services Department of Public Health
Mount Vernon Street
1st Floor
Dorchester, MA 02125-3105

Requesters may have to pay $32 to obtain Worcester County death records. They may also have to submit alongside their application, money order, or cheque made payable to the Commonwealth of Massachusetts for the requisite fees and their valid photo ID.Worcester Arrest, Criminal, Court, and Public Records

Set in Worcester County, the City of Worcester, in line with the Massachusetts Public Information Act, provides open access to public records generated, maintained, or received by governmental officials or departments. They include Worcester arrest records, criminal records, court records, and vital records. Not all records in the custody of government officials are however subject to public disclosure. Access to some of these records may require paying certain fees, completing application forms, and/or presenting valid photo IDs. Generally, Worcester public records are relatively easy to find. If there are difficulties with obtaining certain records, the third-party record-finding resource on StateRecords,org may provide a solution.

What are Worcester Public Records?

By the Massachusetts Public Information Act, Worcester public records include all documents regardless of their physical form or characteristics, created, kept, or received by any officer of any Massachusetts governmental entity. They include papers, books, maps, images, and tape recordings. They also include financial statements, tabulated statistics, or other documentary materials or data. However, there are exemptions from this provision of law, some of which include:

  • Records related to the internal personnel rules and practices of a government entity;
  • Personnel and medical documents, information, or records;
  • Any material or data relating to an individual that the disclosure may constitute an unwarranted invasion of privacy;
  • Inter-agency or intra-agency preliminary memoranda or letters relating to policy positions are being developed;
  • Notebooks and other materials prepared by a government official that is personal and not maintained as part of the files of the governmental unit;
  • Investigatory materials collated by law enforcement or investigatory officials that their disclosure will prejudice the possibility of effective law enforcement;
  • Trade secrets, commercial or financial information;
  • Information about proposals and bids to enter into any contract or agreement prior to a decision to enter into negotiations with or to award a contract to, a particular person;
  • Appraisals of real property acquired or to be acquired until a final agreement is entered into, or any litigation relative to that appraisal has been terminated, or the time within which to commence such litigation has expired;
  • The personal information of individuals in any application for licenses to carry or possess firearms;
  • Student records;
  • Contracts for hospital or related health care services;
  • Attorney-Client communications;

Worcester Crime Statistics

The Massachusetts State Police Crime reports the statistics of crime in the state, including Worcester, on an annual basis. In 2019, it reported that Worcester experienced a total number of 3,039 crimes, including 1,172 violent crimes and 1,867 property crimes. The violent crimes include 14 murders, 40 rapes, 230 robberies, and 889 aggravated assaults. The property crimes include 717 burglaries, 772 larcenies, 372 motor vehicle thefts, and six arsons.

Compared to the 2015 figures, the five-year crime trend in Worcester City shows that was a significant decline in crimes. Robbery, aggravated assault, burglary, larceny, and motor vehicle theft rates fell by 44%, 22%, 44%, 48%, and 8% respectively. In contrast, murder, rape, and arson rates increased by 63%, 21%, and 100% respectively.

Are Worcester Criminal Records Public?

Under Massachusetts Law, Worcester criminal records are generally accessible to the public. There are two types of Worcester criminal records, namely: name-based criminal records and fingerprint-based criminal records. They are made available to interested persons by the Massachusetts Department of Criminal Justice Information Services (CJIS). This state body specifies the levels of name-based criminal record check access and levels of fingerprint-based criminal record check access.

How to Obtain Worcester Police Reports and Arrest Records?

The Worcester Police Department is the primary custodian of Worcester arrest records and police reports. Access to police reports and arrest records is restricted to the victim and other persons authorized to get police reports. A requester outside this category may present a hard copy notarized letter giving their relationship to the case, as well as other relevant information about the case/report. This information includes the date, time, and location of the incident. Send the notarized letter to:

Worcester Police Department
Attn: Records Bureau
Police Headquarters
9-11 Lincoln Square
Worcester, MA 01608
Phone: (508) 799-8630
Fax: (508) 799-8680

How to Find Sex Offender Information in Worcester?

The Massachusetts Sex Offender Registry Board (SORB) provides online access to sex offender via an online platform. Residents can search information about Worcester sex offenders through the name search feature. Results can also be filtered by city/county/zip code and address to find sex offenders residing in Worcester or surrounding neighborhoods.

How to Find Worcester Inmate Records?

The Worcester County Sheriff’s Office maintains all records of inmates incarcerated in Worcester. To access jail or inmate records, requesters must submit a public records request. Alternatively, requesters can obtain information using the inmate locator tool. It allows searches by name or inmate number. The search tool also provides the locations of inmates and allows the public to search for visiting times for inmates. There is also a Spanish alternative available.

How Do I Visit an Inmate in Worcester Jail?

The operations of the Worcester County Jail are administered by the Sheriff’s Office. To visit an inmate in the jail facility, contact the jail center with the information below:

Worcester County Jail
5 Paul X Tivnan Drive
West Boylston, MA 01583
(508) 854-1800

Court Records

The Worcester court system consists of one Superior Court, 12 District Courts, one Probate and Family Court, four Housing Courts, and five Juvenile Court. These courts handle cases ranging from civil matters and claims, criminal cases, family matters, divorces, real property related matters, small claims, traffic cases, mental health, enforcement of money judgments, and appeals from administrative agency decisions.

The courts maintain records of all the cases they deal with and provide the public with access to them in accordance with the state laws. These court records contain notes, affidavits, case files, indexes, transcripts of the proceedings, and proof submitted.

Location of Courts in Worcester

Worcester County Superior Court

Worcester County Superior Court
225 Main Street
Worcester, MA 01608
Phone: (508) 831-2000
Phone: (508) 831-2370 (Probation Department)

Worcester County District Courts

Clinton District Court
300 Boylston Street
Clinton, MA 01510
Phone: (978) 368-7811
Fax: (978) 368-7827

Dudley District Court
279 West Main Street
Dudley, MA 01571
Phone: (508) 943-7123

East Brookfield District Court
544 East Main Street
East Brookfield, MA 01515
Phone: (508) 885-6305
Fax: (508) 885-7623

Fitchburg District Court
100 Elm Street
Fitchburg, MA 01420
Phone: (978) 345-2111
Fax: (978) 342-2461

Gardner District Court
108 Matthews Street
Gardner, MA 01440
Phone: (978) 632-2373
Fax: (978) 630-3902

Leominster District Court
25 School Street
Leominster, MA 01453
Phone: (978) 537-3722
Fax: (978) 537-3970

Milford District Court
161 West Street
Milford, MA 01757
Phone: (508) 473-1260
Fax: (508) 634-8477

Orange District Court
1 Court Square
Orange, MA 01364
Phone: (978) 544-8277
Fax: (978) 544-5204

Uxbridge District Court
261 South Main Street
Uxbridge, MA 01569
Phone: (508) 278-2454
Fax: (508) 278-2929

Westborough District Court
186 Oak Street
Westborough, MA 01581
Phone: (508) 366-8266
Fax: (508) 366-8268

Winchendon District Court
Gardner District Court
108 Matthews Street
Gardner, MA 01440
Phone: (978) 632-6326
Fax: (978) 632-3580

Worcester District Court
225 Main Street
Worcester, MA 01608
Phone: (508) 831-2010

Worcester County Probate and Family Court

Worcester Probate and Family Court
225 Main Street
Worcester, MA 01608
Phone: (508) 831-2200
Fax: (508) 752-6138

Worcester County Housing Courts

Central Housing Court - Dudley Session
Dudley District Court
279 West Main Street
Dudley, MA 01571
Phone: (508) 831-2050

Central Housing Court - Leominster Session
Leominster District Court
25 School Street
Leominster, MA 01453
Phone: (508) 831-2050

Central Housing Court - Marlborough Session
Marlborough District Court
45 Williams Street
Marlborough, MA 01752
Phone: (508) 831-2050

Central Housing Court - Worcester Session
225 Main Street
Worcester, MA 01608
Phone: (508) 831-2050

Worcester County Juvenile Courts

Dudley Juvenile Court
100 West Main Street
Dudley, MA 01571
Phone: (508) 949-3070

Fitchburg Juvenile Court
120 Elm Street
Fitchburg, MA 01420
Phone: (978) 345-7620

Greenfield Juvenile Court
Franklin County Justice Center
43 Hope Street
Greenfield, MA 01302
Phone: (413) 775-0014

Milford Juvenile Court
161 West Street
Milford, MA 01757
Phone: (508) 478-8638

Worcester Juvenile Court
225 Main Street
Worcester, MA 01608
Phone: (508) 831-2000

Are Worcester Court Records Public?

Worcester court records are generally open to the public. There are however certain limitations when it involves confidential cases, where the record contains confidential information, or the access to the record is restricted by law or a court order. Instances that require confidentiality and denial of public access include:

  • Juvenile delinquency cases (when a minor is charged with committing a crime)
  • Juvenile dependency cases (where a kid is separated from parents)
  • Civil harassment cases
  • Child custody cases
  • Certain divorce cases with confidential information

Can you look up a Worcester Court Case Online?

The records of Worcester courts are available on the Massachusetts Trial Court Electronic Case Access portal and the website of the Supreme Judicial Court and Appeals Court of Massachusetts. These online portals contain court dockets, electronic case information, and court calendars.

How to Obtain Worcester Civil Court Case Records?

To obtain Worcester civil court case records, the requester has to determine what court handled the civil case of interest. Then visit the court in person to make a request or submit a written request with relevant information about the case by mail to the court. The Worcester courts that handle civil cases include: the Superior Court, District Courts, the Probate and Family, and Housing Courts.

How to Obtain Worcester Criminal Court Records?

Worcester criminal court records are in the custody of the Worcester court that decided the case. To get copies of Worcester criminal records, visit or contact the court that decided the case. Or submit a written request by mail to the court, providing information about the case. The Worcester courts that handle criminal cases include the Superior Court, District Courts, and Housing Courts.

What are Worcester Vital Records?

Worcester vital records are official documents produced over a lifetime for people living in Worcester. They log important events, such as births, deaths, marriages, and divorce. Worcester's divorce documents are maintained by the Worcester County Probate and Family Court. Worcester residents can apply for marriage, birth, and death recorded between 1926 to date from the Massachusetts Registry of Vital Records and Statistics (RVRS). For historical vital records recorded between 1841 and 1921, search and order from the State Archives.

Where and How to Obtain Worcester Divorce Records?

The Worcester Probate and Family Court maintains copies of Worcester divorce records, including divorce judgments and guardianship rulings. Divorce records are available upon request to interested persons. To request copies of divorce records, fill out the Request for Copies form. Submit it in person or by mail to the Probate and Family Court:

Worcester Probate and Family Court
225 Main Street
Worcester, MA 01608

Include payment (check or money order) for the number of copies requested in mail requests. Make them payable to the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. For in-person requests, cash payments are accepted. The court a fee of $22 for a certified copy of a decree and order of appointment of a guardian. The first page of each certified copy of a judgment of divorce nisi is $20. The rate for additional pages is $1 per page.

Where and How to Get Public Worcester Marriage Records?

The RVRS keeps Worcester marriage records from 1926 to date. Worcester residents may request Worcester marriage records by mail or in-person requests. Interested persons should complete the vital records mail order form, and provide a copy of a valid ID and payment. Submit them in person or by mail to:

Registry of Vital Records and Statistics
150 Mount Vernon Street
1st Floor
Dorchester, MA 02125

Make in-person requests from Monday to Friday, between the hours of 8:45 a.m. and 4:45 p.m. A Worcester marriage certificate costs $20 when requested in person and $32 when requested by mail. The accepted payment method for mail requests include checks and money orders. In-person requests are paid for in cash.

Where and How to Find Worcester Birth Records?

The state’s Registry of Vital Records and Statistics (RVRS) maintains and issues copies of Worcester birth records. It possesses records registered between 1926 to date. To apply for a certified copy of a Worcester birth certificate, complete the vital records mail order form. Submit the completed form with a valid ID and payment in person or by mail to:

Registry of Vital Records and Statistics
150 Mount Vernon Street
1st Floor
Dorchester, MA 02125

The RVRS is open to receive and process in-person requests from Monday to Friday between 8:45 a.m. and 4:45 p.m. The state department charges $20 for a certified copy of a Worcester birth record requested in person. Cash and checks are accepted for in-person requests. For mail requests, each certified copy costs $32. A requester can pay with a check or money order.

Where and How to Find Worcester Death Records?

Records of death registered in Worcester between 1926 to date. Persons interested in obtaining copies of Worcester death records may order them in person or by mail. To order a Worcester death record, complete the vital records mail order form. Enclose payment and a valid ID and submit it to:

Registry of Vital Records and Statistics
150 Mount Vernon Street
1st Floor
Dorchester, MA 02125

Make in-person requests from Monday to Friday between 8:45 a.m. and 4:45 p.m. The cost of a death record requested in person is $20 per copy, while mail requested death records cost $32 per copy, Pay for in-person requests with cash and checks. For mail requests, the accepted payment methods are money orders and checks.

Are Property Records Open to the Public in Worcester County?

According to the Massachusetts Public Information Act, Worcester County property records are accessible to residents of Worcester County and the public. Record seekers can obtain property information by submitting a request to the county’s custodian.

Where and How to Find Property Records in Worcester County?

The Worcester County Register of Deeds maintains property records of the county from 1731 to date. Requests for property records can be submitted in person or by mail to:

Worcester County Register of Deeds
90 Front Street
Suite C201
Worcester, MA 01608
Phone: (508) 368-7000
Fax: (508) 798-7746

How to Look Up Worcester County Property Records?

The Register of Deeds provides online access to search Worcester County property records. Interested persons can check the instructions on how to use the search portal. The City of Worcester County also provides an online property search portal.

Location of Worcester County Property Assessors

Worcester City Assessor
City Hall Room 209
455 Main Street
Worcester, MA 01608
Phone: (508) 799-1098
Fax: (508) 799-1021

Athol Assessor’s Office
584 Main Street
Athol, MA 01331
Phone: (978) 721-8447
Fax: (978) 249-4960

Auburn Assessor’s Office
104 Central Street
Auburn, MA 01501
Phone: (508) 832-7708
Fax: (508) 832-4259

Barre Assessor’s Office
Henry Woods Building - First Floor
40 West Street
Barre, MA 01005
Phone: (978) 355-2504, extension 103

Berlin Assessor’s Office
Berlin Municipal Building
23 Linden Street
Berlin, MA 01503
Phone: (978) 838-2256

Blackstone Assessor’s Office
15 Saint Paul Street
Blackstone, MA 01504
Phone: (508) 883-1500

Bolton Assessor’s Office
663 Main Street
Bolton, MA 01740
Phone: (978) 779-5556
Fax: (978) 779-5461

Boylston Assessor’s Office
Town Hall
221 Main Street
Boylston, MA 01505
Phone: (508) 869-6543
Fax: (508) 869-6210

Brookfield Assessor’s Office
6 Central Street
Brookfield Town Hall
Brookfield, MA 01506
Phone: (508) 867-2930

Charlton Assessor’s Office
37 Main Street
Charlton, MA 01507
Phone: (508) 248-2233
Fax: (508) 248-2376

Clinton Assessor’s Office
242 Church Street
Clinton, MA 01510
Phone: (978) 365-4117
Fax: (978) 365-4104

Douglas Assessor’s Office
29 Depot Street
Douglas, MA 01516
Phone: (508) 476-4000, extension 253
Fax: (508) 476-4012

Dudley Assessor’s Office
71 West Main Street
Dudley, MA 01571
Phone: (508) 949-8000
Fax: (508) 949-8013

East Brookfield Assessor’s Office
Memorial Town Complex
122 Connie Mack Drive
East Brookfield , MA 01515
Phone: (508) 867-6769, extension 302
Fax: (508) 867-4190
assessor@eastbrookfieldma.us

City of Gardner Assessor’s Office
95 Pleasant Street
Room 226
Gardner, MA 01440
Phone: (978) 630-4004
Fax: (978) 630-4080

Grafton Assessor’s Office
Grafton Memorial Municipal Center
30 Providence Road
Grafton, MA 01519
Phone: (508) 839-5335, extension 1165
Fax: (508) 839-4602

Hardwick Assessor’s Office
P.O. Box 575
Gilbertville, MA 01031
Phone: (413) 477-6709
assessor@townofhardwick.com

Harvard Assessor’s Office
Town Hall
13 Ayer Road
Harvard, MA 01451
Phone: (978) 456-4100, extension 315
Fax: (978) 456-4113

Holden Assessor’s Office
Starbard Building
1204 Main Street
Holden, MA 01520
Phone: (508) 210-5515
Fax: (508) 829-0227

Hubbardston Assessor’s Office
7 Main Street
Unit 1
Hubbardston, MA 01452
Phone: (978) 928-1400, extension 203

Lancaster Assessor’s Office
Prescott Building
701 Main Street, Suite 3
First Floor
Lancaster, MA 01523
Phone: (978) 365-3326, extension 1301
Fax: (978) 368-9083

Leicester Assessor’s Office
3 Washburn Square
Leicester, MA 01524
Phone: (508) 892-7001
Fax: (508) 892-7070

Mendon Assessor’s Office
20 Main Street
Mendon, MA 01756
Phone: (508) 473-2738
Fax: (508) 478-8241

Milford Assessor’s Office
Town Hall
52 Main Street
Room 13
Milford, MA 01757
Phone: (508) 634-2306
Fax: (508) 634-2324

Millbury Assessor’s Office
127 Elm Street
Millbury, MA 01527
Phone: (508) 865-4732
Fax: (508) 865-0857

Millville Assessor’s Office
290 Main Street
Millville, MA 01529
Phone: (508) 883-5031

New Braintree Assessor’s Office
20 Memorial Drive
New Braintree, MA 01531
Phone: (508) 867-2071, extension 103
Fax: (508) 867-6316
SelectBoard@NewBraintree.org

North Brookfield Assessor’s Office
215 North Main Street
North Brookfield, MA 01535
Phone: (508) 867-0209
Fax: (508) 867-0217

Northborough Assessor’s Office
Northborough Town Offices
63 Main Street
Northborough, MA 01532
Phone: (508) 393-5007
Phone: (508) 393-5005
Fax: (508) 393-6996

Northbridge Assessor’s Office
7 Main Street
Whitinsville, MA 01588
Phone: (508) 234-2740
Fax: (508) 234-9044

Oakham Assessor’s Office
2 Coldbrook Road
Unit 10
Oakham, MA 01068
Phone: (508) 882-5549, extension 302
Fax: (508) 882-3060

Oxford Assessor’s Office
325 Main Street
Oxford, MA 01540
Phone: (508) 987-6036
Fax: (508) 987-3706

Paxton Assessor’s Office
Paxton Town Hall
697 Pleasant Street
Paxton, MA 01612
Phone: (508) 799-7231, extension 16
Fax: (508) 797-0966

Petersham Assessor’s Office
3 South Main Street
P.O. Box 87
Petersham, MA 01366
Phone: (978) 724-6658
Fax: (978) 724-6660

Phillipston Assessor’s Office
50 The Common
Phillipston, MA 01331
Phone: (978) 249-1732
assessors@phillipston-ma.gov

Princeton Assessor’s Office
Princeton Town Hall
6 Town Hall Drive
Princeton, MA 01541
Phone: (978) 464-2104
Fax: (978) 464-2106

Royalston Assessor’s Office
P.O. Box 126
Royalston MA 01368
Phone: (978) 249-0337

Rutland Assessor’s Office
250 Main Street
Rutland, MA 01543
Phone: (508) 886-4100, extension 3004
Fax: (508) 886-2929

Shrewsbury Assessor’s Office
100 Maple Avenue
Shrewsbury, MA 01545
Phone: (508) 841-8501

Southborough Assessor’s Office
Southborough Town House
17 Common Street
Southborough, MA 01772
Phone: (508) 485-0720
Fax: (508) 480-0161

Southbridge Assessor’s Office
41 Elm Street
Southbridge, MA 01550
Phone: (508) 764-5404
Fax: (508) 764-5407

Spencer Assessor’s Office
157 Main Street
Spencer, MA 01562
Phone: (508) 885-7500, extension 165
Fax: (508) 885-7512

Sterling Assessor’s Office
Butterick Municipal Building
1 Park Street
Room 109
Sterling, MA 01564
Phone: (978) 422-8111, extension 2313
Fax: (978) 422-0289

Sturbridge Assessor’s Office
308 Main Street
Sturbridge, MA 01566
Phone: (508) 347-2503
Fax: (508) 347-2521

Sutton Assessor’s Office
4 Uxbridge Road
Sutton, MA 01590
Phone: (508) 865-8722
Fax: (508) 865-8721

Templeton Assessor’s Office
Town Hall
160 Patriots Road
P.O. Box 620
East Templeton, MA 01438
Phone: (978) 894-2760
assessors@templeton1.org

Upton Assessor’s Office
Town Hall Room G 06
1 Main Street, Box 8
Upton, MA 01568
Phone: (508) 529-1002
Fax: (508) 529-1010

Uxbridge Assessor’s Office
Uxbridge Town Hall
21 South Main Street
Uxbridge, MA 01569
Phone: (508) 278-8600, extension 2
Fax: (631) 237-5423
Fax: (631) 479-3577

Warren Assessor’s Office
Board of Assessors
P.O. Box 604
Warren, MA 01083
Phone: (413) 436-5703, extension 4
Fax: (413) 436-9754

Webster Assessor’s Office
350 Main Street
1st Floor
Webster, MA 01570
Phone: (508) 949-3800, extension 4009
Fax: (508) 949-1228

West Boylston Assessor’s Office
140 Worcester Street
West Boylston, MA 01583
Phone: (774) 261-4040
Assessors@westboylston-ma.gov

West Brookfield Assessor’s Office
West Brookfield Town Hall, Room 102
2 East Main Street
West Brookfield, MA 01585
Phone: (508) 867-1421
Fax: (508) 867-1403

Westborough Assessor’s Office
34 West Main Street
Westborough, MA 01581
Phone: (508) 366-3010
Fax: (508) 366-3012

Winchendon Assessor’s Office
109 Front Street
Department 7
Winchendon, MA 01475
Phone: (978) 297-0155
Fax: (978) 297-5409