Assessor’s Office

Overview

The Assessor is a local government official who estimates the value of real property within a city, town, or village’s boundaries. This value is converted into an assessment, which is one component in the computation of real property tax bills. On grievance day, a board of assessment review hears complaints of property owners and may make adjustments. The board of assessment review consists of not less than three nor more than five members appointed by the Town Board. The majority of the members cannot be officers and employees of the Town. The Town Assessor may not serve.

 

Deborah A. Eurich, IAO Assessor
Phone:  845.986.1123

Ariana Dalton Clerk
Phone:  845.986.1123

Location: The Assessor’s office is located in the Warwick Town Hall
132 Kings Highway, Warwick, NY
Hours: Monday – Friday, 8:30 AM – 4:00 PM

Please Note: The annual deadline for all exemption application filings is March 1st.  After that deadline has passed, we begin accepting applications for the following year’s assessment roll in July.

STAR Exemption Information

The School Tax Relief (STAR) program provides eligible homeowners in New York State with relief on their property taxes.  The School Tax Relief (STAR) program provides eligible homeowners in New York State with relief on their property taxes.

Alternative Veterans’ Exemptions

Veterans may be eligible for one of several types of Veterans’ exemption currently available.  Veterans who served on active duty during a war period are generally eligible for The Alternative Veterans’ Exemption.  Veterans who do not meet war period requirements of the the Alternative Veterans’ Exemption may be eligible for the Cold War Veterans’ Exemption (see below).

Cold War Veteran Exemptions

The Cold War Veterans’ exemption allows for a property tax exemption, to a maximum of 15%, for veterans who served on active duty (exclusive of training) in the United States armed forces during the Cold War, defined as September 2, 1945 through December 26, 1991.

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