Town of Cochecton, NY, Hamlets include Cochecton Center, Fosterdale, Lake Huntington, Village of Cochecton all in New York

Town Hall

Monday - Friday: 9am - 3pm

 

Cochecton Town Hall

74 Smales Road

Lake Huntington, NY 12752

(845) 932-8360

 

Not all offices hold the same hours. Please check the details of the department you wish to reach to see specific business hours.

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TOWN BOARD MEETINGS

The second Wednesday of

each month

 

7:00pm Work Session
7:30pm Regular Business

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PLANNING BOARD MEETINGS

The Last Thursday of each month, 7:30pm

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Town Assessor

 

2016 Final Tax Roll

2016 Tentative Tax Roll

 

2015 Final Tax Roll

2014 Final Tax Roll

 

 

Assessor:

Lorry King

74 Smales Road

Lake Huntington, NY 12752

(845) 932-8360 Ext. 12

Fax:  (845) 932-8228

E-mail: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

Mailing Address:

PO Box 245

Lake Huntington, NY 12752

Assessor’s Clerkalt

Terri Fountain                                        

(845) 932-8360 Ext. 13 

                                

Office Hours:

Wednesday  3:30pm - 5:30pm

Thursday  9:00am – 12:30pm

Friday  9:00am – 2:00pm

 

Exemption applications, forms, publications and other Real Property information can be found on the New York State Office of Real Property Services website:  Click Here

 

Through a grant from the New York State Office of Real Property Services, the Sullivan County Real Property Tax Service agency has partnered with SDG to bring you County Wide assessment data. This database will allow you to look up property by municipality, owner's name, or street address.

Click Here to view Property Assessment Data

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Forms

RP-305 Agricultural Assessment Program (PDF)
RP-305-c Agricultural Assessment Written Lease Affidavit for Rented Land (PDF)
RP-305-r Agricultural Assessment Program (PDF)

 

RP-425 Application for School Tax Relief (STAR) Exemption (PDF)

 

RP-458-a Application for Alternative Veterans Exemption from Real Property Taxation (PDF)
RP-458-a-Ins Instructions for Alternative Veterans Exemption from Real Property Taxation (PDF)
RP-458-b Application for Cold War Veterans Exemption form Real Property Taxation (PDF)

RP-466-f Application for Volunteer Firefighters / Volunteer Ambulance Workers Exemption (PDF)

RP-467 Application for Partial Tax Exemption for Real Property of Senior Citizens (and for enhanced School Tax Relief (STAR) Exemption (PDF)

RP-467-Ins  Instructions for Application for Partial Tax Exemption for Real Property of Senior Citizens (and for enhanced School Tax Relief (STAR) Exemption (PDF)

How the Property Taxes Work (PDF)

What to Do If You Disagree with Your Assessment (PDF)

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Real Property Tax Services

100 North Street

Monticello, NY 12701

(845) 807-0221

Fax:  (845) 807-0232

co.sullivan.ny.us/Departments/RealPropertyTaxServices/tabid/3319/Default.aspx

 

Click Here to see Property Assessment Data

 

The primary responsibility of the Assessor’s Office is to find the fair market value of your property, not to establish the amount of your taxes. Buyers and sellers in the market create value, and the Assessor’s Office studies the market and collects information about properties to estimate value.

 

The Assessor’s Office also keeps track of ownership changes, maintains maps of parcel boundaries, keeps descriptions of buildings and property characteristics up to date and analyzes trends in sales prices and construction costs to estimate the value of all assessable property.

 

 The Assessor maintains property records for all taxable and exempt parcels in the Town of Cochecton.  Information found on the property record card include the tax description, estimated market value, current owner, improvement information and classification (use) codes.

 

The Assessor also maintains a file for all the sales of property in Cochecton. This file contain information such as the buyer/seller, date of sale, purchase price, address, description of property being sold, and assessor’s market value information.

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Assessment Calendar – Important Dates to Remember

 

 

March 1

Taxable status Date

All Exemption Applications and renewals are due in the Assessor’s Office


April 1

Inventory for Assessments are available for review

 

May 1

Tentative Roll Filed

2016 TENTATIVE TAX ROLL

 

May - Fourth Tuesday

Grievance Day

Last Day to file a grievance form to be reviewed by the Board of Assessment

 

July 1

Final Roll Filed

2016 FINAL TAX ROLL

Valuation Date