Important Dates

December 1, 2021

Taxes become a lien. By law, our office is not permitted to mail tax bills or collect payments until the Suffolk County Legislature approves the tax warrant, which typically occurs after this date. Under New York State Law, non-receipt of a tax bill will not extend the penalty-free period.

December 24, December 27, December 31, 2021 & January 3, 2022

Our office will be closed on each of these days in observance of Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, New Year's Eve and New Year's Day.

January 10, 2022

First-half tax payments must be paid by this date in order to avoid penalty charges. 

March 1, 2022

Property owners filing for new tax exemptions or renewing existing exemptions must submit their applications to the Assessor’s Office by this date in order for exemptions to be applied to the December 2021 tax billing. Information regarding all exemption programs may be obtained from the Town Assessor.

March 5, 2022

Notice of unpaid taxes are mailed to all property owners who, according to our records, have not yet paid the first-half taxes that were due by January 10.

May 5, 2022

Courtesy second-half reminder postcards are mailed to all property owners who, according to our records, have paid their first-half taxes but still owe the second half. Property owners with escrow accounts through their mortgage banks are not notified.

May 31, 2022

Second-half tax payments are due by this date. After this date taxes will become payable to the Suffolk County Comptroller with interest and penalties.

December 2022

Unless otherwise requested, the official receipt of paid property taxes will appear on your new tax bill as “Prior Year Tax Information”.