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Collection of the above taxes will be received without penalties from June 1 to July 1, 2020, located at 3 Pleasant Avenue, Monday through Friday 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM, except holidays. In accordance with the law, if the above taxes remain unpaid after July 1, 2020, five percent interest will be added for the first month and an additional one percent for each month or fraction thereof thereafter.
The total amount of local assistance estimated to be received from the State of New York by the Village of Port Washington North during the fiscal year ending May 31, 2021 is $65,000.00. The total Village tax levy is $1,400,000 and the percent change in the aggregate levy from the prior year is 1.8%.
You may be eligible for a Senior Citizen, Veteran, or Parsonage Exemption. For information contact Palma Torrisi, Village Clerk, 3 Pleasant Avenue, Port Washington, NY 11050 for desired exemption data.
If you are either 65 years of age or older or disabled and you own and occupy a 1 or 2 family residence you may designate a consenting adult third party to receive duplicate copies of your tax bills and notice of unpaid taxes until further notice. Applications may be obtained in person at 3 Pleasant Avenue, Port Washington, NY 11050 or by mail if you include with your request a self-addressed, stamped envelope. Applications for third party notifications must be filed with the tax collection officer no later than April 1.
You have the right to file a grievance on your assessment. The grievance period is January 1st to the third Tuesday in February. During the grievance period, you may examine the assessment roll and obtain grievance applications at 3 Pleasant Avenue, Port Washington, NY from 9:00 am to 3:00 pm. The estimated full value of the property for tax purposes as determined by Assessor is the quotient of taxable assessed value divided by a uniform four percent.