Frequently Asked Questions - Town Assessor

FAQs - Town Assessor

1) Aged

2) S.T.A.R. (Basic & Enhanced)

3) Veteran’s (Wartime, Cold War & Disabled)

4) Disability for Limited Income

5) Agricultural (Land & Building)

6) Clergy

7) Non-Profit

1) Local Assessor’s Office

2) www.tax.ny.gov/forms/orpts_cur_forms.htm

 

All exemptions are due by March 1st and must be filed in your local Assessor’s Office.

An assessment may change due to new construction, demolition, fire or changes in market conditions that affect your property.

Check the sales and/or assessments of similar properties. There are listings at the Assessor's Office for your review. If you find data that supports a different assessment call the Assessor's Office to schedule an appointment to review your documentation. If you don't come to an agreement with the assessor you can obtain additional information on how to grieve your assessment at www.tax.ny.gov/pdf/publications/orpts/grievancebooklet.pdf

March 1st – Deadline for Exemptions (Taxable Status Date)

May 1st – Tentative Assessment Rolled Filed

4th Tuesday in May – Grievance Day – 4 PM to 8 PM at the Town Hall

July 1st – Final Assessment Roll Filed



To learn more about the assessment process and exemptions call the Assessor's office at (518)893-7432 Ext. 302 

Upcoming Town Board Meetings

Thu Jun 01 @ 7:30PM -
Town Board Agenda Meeting
Thu Jun 08 @ 7:30PM -
Town Board Regular Meeting
Thu Jul 06 @ 7:30PM -
Town Board Agenda Meeting
Thu Jul 13 @ 7:30PM -
Town Board Regular Meeting

Upcoming Events

Tue May 30 @ 7:00PM -
Planning Board Meeting
Thu Jun 01 @ 7:30PM -
Town Board Agenda Meeting
Tue Jun 06 @ 7:30PM -
Zoning Board of Appeals Meeting

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