Office Hours: The Assessor will be available the 2nd and 4th Mondays of the month from 10:00am to 1:00pm or by appointment.
To find more information about taxes and assessments, please refer to the following educational video links:
Is Your Assessment Fair?:
Contesting Your Property Assessment:
NYS Property Taxes and Assessments:
The following link includes more educational resources regarding taxes, including but not limited to, information about taxes, assessments, reassessments, exemptions, equalization rates, and the property tax cycle:
Senior Citizen Tax Exemption
Property owners 65 years of age or older with a gross household income of below $37,400 may be elegible for county and town tax exemption on their primary residence. Senior citizens have until March 1st to apply for exemption with their local assessor. If you already receive this exemption, you must renew each year by March 1st. For more information please email or call the office of the assessor. Please read the application instructions before applying. You can find the application instructions HERE and the application HERE. Once your application is complete, you can submit it to our assessor's office at 64 S. Jefferson Street. Applications are due on or before March 1st.
Board of Review:
Grievance Day is fourth Tuesday of May
Marty Trey, Chairman
2022 Final Roll --
If you have questions regarding the NYS STAR (School Tax Relief) program, please refer to the NYS Department of Taxation and Finance web site at:
Information for STAR or call 1-877-678-2769.
Contact this office if you have other questions at (315) 963-3491
Please see the following link for detailed information regarding properties located within Oswego County including maps, assessment information, owner information, tax informaiton, etc.