Assessment

Posted October 23, 2020

Good news from the City of Auburn Assessment office:

The Auburn City Council recently approved a local law increasing the maximum income allowed to qualify for a Senior Citizen or Low Income Disabled property tax exemption.  The previous maximum was $24,500 and now has been increased to $37,400.  If you are going to be 65 years old or older in 2021, own and live in your primary residence, and make less than $37,400 after deducting medical expenses, you may qualify for a Senior Citizen property tax exemption.  If you are less than 65 years old in 2021, disabled, own and live in your primary residence, and make less than $37,400 after deducting medical expenses, you may qualify for a Low Income Disabled property tax exemption.  If you have any questions or want to make an appointment to come in to apply for either exemption, please call our office at 315-255-4125 or email Melissa Clink at mclink@auburnny.gov

Jeanne Hering
City of Auburn Assessor


Staff contacts:

Jeanne Hering, Assessor email

Tammy Schramm, Appraiser email

Melissa Clink, Assessment Clerk email


Important Dates and Statistics:

Please note: the “taxable status date” is also the “exemption deadline date.”

Taxable Status DateFebruary 1st
Final Roll DateJune 1st
2020 Equalization Rate100%
Grievance Dates
Board of Assessment Review

Typically the last week of March