- All exemptions for the 2020 Roll Year are due to the Assessor’s Office by March 1, 2020, excluding new STAR exemptions. See below for details regarding changes to STAR.
- For exemption renewals, homeowners will generally be mailed or emailed a renewal form between the end of October and mid December.
- Exemptions that need to be renewed each year include, but are not limited to, Enhanced STAR (if you do not have IVP), the Senior Citizen’s exemption, the Agricultural Exemption, the Disability Exemption, the Firefighter’s Exemption, and Not for Profit Exemptions. Click on the links above to be directed to an application form. Please note that these links are for renewal forms. All original application forms can be requested from our office or found on this website: https://tax.ny.gov/.
- If you do not receive an application form by the end of December, please contact the Assessor’s office to check the status of your exemption.
- Do not hesitate to contact our office at any time with questions or to check on the status of your exemption.
NOTICE: The State of New York has made changes to the STAR Program as of the passing of the 2016 Executive Budget.
Newly qualified applicants will receive a STAR credit in the form of a check, rather than as a property tax exemption. The dollar value will be the same as the property tax exemption amount.
Who is affected?
- If you bought your home after Aug. 1, 2015 you must register for the STAR credit under the new program.
- If you bought your home prior to May 1, 2014 and already have a STAR exception you do not need to register. You will continue to receive your STAR exemption as usual.
- If you bought your home between May 1, 2014 and Aug. 1, 2015, you must register under the new system if.
- You bought your home after the 2015 exemption deadline (deadlines vary from town to town, most are March 1.)
- You did not apply for the STAR exemption in time for the 2015 application deadline.
- Otherwise, no action is necessary, and you will continue to receive the STAR exemption.