Assessment Department

The Assessor is responsible for determining and maintaining assessments, property inventory records, ownership interest and maps on approximately 500 parcels. This information is available to taxpayers, appraisers, bankers, realtors, attorneys, and others. There are various real property tax exemptions available to eligible property owners.

Each year, all the building permits issued by the Village Building Inspector are reviewed and evaluated for either inventory or assessment changes. This process requires the Assessor to produce a supportable and defensible estimate of value from each permit. This value then becomes the new assessment.

The Assessor also assists taxpayers with completing the following exemption application forms and determining their eligibility: Low-income Seniors, Veterans, Enhanced Senior Star, Basic Star, Low-income Disability, Business, Clergy, Agricultural, and Wholly Exempt. The last day for filing all exemption applications for any given year is December 31.

Reports title

2013
  • Report 1
  • Report 2
  • Report 3
  • Report 4
  • Report 5
  • Report 6
  • Report 7

2012
  • Report 1
  • Report 2
  • Report 3
  • Report 4
  • Report 5
  • Report 6
  • Report 7

2011
  • Report 1
  • Report 2
  • Report 3
  • Report 4
  • Report 5
  • Report 6
  • Report 7

Contact

Email: assessor@villageofnassau.org
Phone: (518) 766-3044, Ext 2
Fax: (518) 766-2939
Office hours: By Appointment

FAQ

Assessment Roll

  • 2012/13
  • 2011/12
  • 2010/11
  • 2009/10

Important Dates

  • Taxable Status Date – January 1 date property is valued according to ownership and condition each year.
  • Tentative Roll Filed –February 1 – Copy of the completed tentative roll is filed with the village clerk.
  • Notice of Completed Tentative Assessment Roll Filed – February 8; Tentative roll may be seen and examined by any person during business hours until the third Tuesday of the month.
  • Grievance Day – 3rd Tuesday in February – Assessment complaints must be filed on or before grievance day, and may be filed at the hearing itself.
  • Verification and Final Filing of Assessment Roll – by April 1 with the Village Clerk.