This page will provide you with some helpful information if you disagree with your property assessment. Please click on the links to learn more.
If you own property in New York State, you are eligible for formal review of your assessment.
There are two levels of formal review:
1) Administrative review - the "grievance" process is conducted at the municipal level.
2) Judicial review (in order to pursue judicial review you must first go through administrative
Before pursuing formal review of your assessment, you should first determine if you are assessed
Dates, time and location for inspecting the tentative assessment roll
May 1st thru May 24th 2022
Click here to view the tentative roll
Date, time and location for hearing formal assessment grievances
4:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Last date for filing assessment grievance complaint
Up to 8:00 pm
The Board of Assessment Review (BAR) is a five member board whose members are appointed by the Town Board. The BAR acts independent of the Town Board and the Assessor's Department. The BAR is empowered to make decisions on their own regarding assessed property values. When a resident does not agree with their assessed value, they may file a grievance to appear before the BAR and have an independent determination made of their assessed value. If the resident disagrees with the BAR, they may choose to go to small claims court.
An Overview of Grievance Procedures and Instructions for Completing New York State Grievance Form RP-525 (PDF)
You can complete Form RP-524 Complaint on Real Property Assessment yourself or your representative or attorney can complete it for you. Instructions can be found in the Contesting Your Assessment link above. (PDF)