Board of Assessors

The Board of Assessors is an elected body of five members responsible for estimating the fair market value of all real property in Weston. 

The Assessors' Office maintains property information and the current assessment of all real property in Weston. All property valuation records are public documents; summary information is available on this website and the full records can be obtained at the Assessors' Office.

Regular Meetings

  • 6:45 p.m.
  • Tuesday
  • Assessor's Office
    11 Town House Road
    Weston, MA 02493

Please consult the Calendar of Meetings for the next meeting date.


  • Gary C. Koger, Chair
    Term expires: 2024
  • John Hennessey  
    Term expires: 2026
  • Phyllis R. Kominz
    Term expires: 2024
  • Tamilyn M. Liesenfeld
    Term expires: 2026
  • Paul L. Zorfass
    Term expires: 2025

Members of the Board of Assessors are elected by the voters to serve three-year terms.

Property Assessments

The Massachusetts Department of Revenue (DOR) mandates that every town fully update its property assessments each year to reflect the current fair market value. The updated property assessments are submitted to the DOR each year for its review and approval before Weston’s tax rate can be set by the Town’s Select Board. Every five years, the DOR audits the Town’s records and procedures for certification. The DOR’s last certification of the Town’s assessments and procedures was for fiscal year 2019.

Assessors' Office

The Assessors' Office is located in Town Hall and is open Monday to Friday 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. (please note: summer hours run June through August with Town Hall closing at 1:30 on Fridays) 

Please visit the department web page for additional information.

Additional Information

Please visit the Commonwealth of Massachusetts website for information on the following:

  • Credits
  • Deferrals
  • Information on the motor vehicle excise tax
  • Information regarding property tax assessment appeals
  • Property tax exemptions
  • Property valuations
  • Tax break for older citizens, surviving spouses, and minors