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ASSESSMENT

Assessor: Deborah Conti

Phone: 585-599-4892 ext. 4

Email: assessor@townofpembroke.org

 

Hours: M, T, Th, F 8:30 A.M. to 1:30 P.M.

Wednesday Evening 6:00 P.M. to 8:00 P.M.

 

Did you know…You can get all assessment related forms, find answers to FAQ, look up inventory of properties in Pembroke, find tax bills, see satellite imagery & photos of homes in Pembroke. 

 

Online Local Assessment Data~

http://www.geneseecounty.oarsystem.com/

 

 OR

 

STAR EXEMPTION INFO
www.tax.ny.gov

 

 

 

It's remarkable all the information you can gather on this sites

 

If you want to do research on your home or municipality this is the place to start! You can check your current assessment, exemption(s) status, and physical information about your property. You're also able to research other properties, even going to other municipalities in Genesee County. If you would like to research recent property sales information you can search by town or a specific street. You'll be able to find sale price, lot size, square footage and more. This is a great way to see how your home compares with others in the area.

 

If you disagree with your assessment, there's information about the informal review process with PDF forms to print out to guide you through the process.

 

Please be assured that the goal of the assessor's office is to correctly describe each property and determine the fair and equitable assessment for your property.

 

SPECIAL DATES TO REMEMBER:
March 1st - Taxable Status Date – deadline for filing exemption applications
May 1st – Tentative Assessment Roll is filed
4th Tuesday in May – Grievance Day – Board of Assessment Review meets to hear all
properly filed complaints regarding assessment
July 1st – Final Assessment Roll is filed – this is used for tax purposes for the next year

 

 

Reassessment FAQs


What to do if you disagree with your assessment