20 Hammond Street, Port Jervis, NY 12771
A MESSAGE FROM THE ASSESSOR'S OFFICE:
The primary responsibility of the Assessment Office is to maintain equitable assessments and authorize property tax exemptions. The Assessor is required to administer the assessment roll in accordance with New York Real Property Tax Law, the City Charter, and Rules and Regulations promulgated in the New York State Board of Real Property
Questions about your assessment of your exemptions: First step please see me. Feel free to stop in my office to discus your questions or concerns. If I am unavailable, an appointment will be scheduled for a time that is mutually convenient. If you receive a letter, form, or questionnaire in the mail about your assessment, exemptions, or deed, and you have concerns; please give me a call or bring the form to confirm it came from my office.
The City of Port Jervis has not had a reassessment since 1989!
We will gladly review your assessment and property records with you and make any necessary adjustments. It's what we do!
Again, contact the Assessor's office and we will advise you how to do that.
2022 Level of Assessment: 32.50%
Important Dates in the Assessment Cycle
March 1st / Taxable Status Date: Deadline for filing exemption applications. Real property shall be determined according to its condition as of this date and valued as of Valuation Date.
May 1st / Tentative Assessment Roll: Available for public review online and in the Assessor's Office.
4th Tuesday in May / Grievance Day: Board of Assessment Review meets to hear all properly filed complaints.
July 1 / Final Assessment Roll Filed: The assessed value for each property on the final roll is used for tax purposed for the next year.