Senior Citizen Tax Exemption
Filing for Senior Citizen tax exemption is extended through June 16, 2020. Standard exemption conditions apply. See Chapter 177 of our City Code for details. Please contact the Assessor at firstname.lastname@example.org or 914-967-7565.
- Establish an assessed value of all real property
- Records ownership
- Maintains and updates property descriptions and improvements
- Administers real property tax exemptions
- 2020 Tentative Assessment Roll
Is a percentage of current market value used for the apportionment of taxes.
Property Record Cards:
There is an inventory card for all real property within each municipality. The information on the property cards include but is not limited to the inventory of rooms, bedrooms, baths, building permit numbers, certificate of occupancy numbers, inspection dates, amenities on the parcel, sales history assessment history and an exterior sketch of the property with the square footage calculated.
This department maintains and updates tax maps, sewer, drains, contours and topographical maps. These maps are used by all city officials, notification to abutters, architects, engineers, realtors, attorneys, etc.
This department has collected and maintained surveys of parcels within the City of Rye. These files, while extensive are not complete. As with the deeds, submissions of surveys to the assessment department is not required but suggested. If you need a copy of your survey, call to inquire if we have it on file prior to going to land records at the county. This department keeps the surveys on file for convenience to our taxpayers.
All sales and transfer records are recorded at the county level and the local level through this department. Sales data is used to establish trends in the market, average sales prices on an annual basis, comparative analysis of asking prices to sales prices again on an annual basis. Sales are recorded on individual property cards and on a street index.
For further information contact: NYS Office of Real Property Services