Jean McLenithan, Chair
23 Johnson Road, Cambridge, NY 12816
Mark (Nick) Kenyon
302 Kenyon Hill Road, Cambridge, NY 12816
170 Keys Road, Salem, NY 12865
March 1 Taxable Status date: The taxable status of real property in cities and towns shall be determined annually according to its condition and ownership as of the first day of March and the valuation thereof determined as of the applicable valuation date.
March 1 Exemption application deadline: Forms are due to the Assessors for a partial or full exemption from town/county and/or school taxes. For additional information on types of exemptions, amounts and how they are calculated, refer to the New York State website
May 1 Tentative Roll Date: The preliminary Assessment Roll is published and may be reviewed by the taxpayers for accuracy in inventories and assessments.For more information on Fair Assessments, refer to: http://www.tax.ny.gov/pdf/publications/orpts/fairassessments.pdf
4th Tuesday of May Grievance Day: A time for the taxpayer to contest his/her assessment if s/he contends that his/her assessment is too high. The grievance process and procedure is outlined by New York State at: http://www.tax.ny.gov/pdf/publications/orpts/grievancebooklet.pdf
July 1 Final Roll date: The Town Assessment roll is finalized. If you grieved your assessment and did not receive the relief you requested, you can apply for judicial review of your assessment within 30 days following Final Roll Date.
July 1 Valuation date: The Market value on your property tax bill reflects the value as of July 1st of the prior year.
BOARD OF ASSESSMENT REVIEW
Neal Rea, Chair
252 Reafield Farm Road, Cambridge, NY 12816
John R. Gilbert
648 Skellie Road, Salem, NY 12865
24 Waites Lane, Greenwich, NY 12834