County Extends Property Assessment Grievance Period

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The Assessment Review Commission (ARC) will extend the property
assessment grievance deadline from March 1 to April 30 by providing an additional 60-day grace period.
Tentative assessed values for the 2022-23 assessment roll for every property have been finalized and are being mailed. Homeowners can visit www.mynassauproperty.com to find posts of tentative assessments.

Homeowners who believe their assessed value for the 2022-23 assessment roll is inaccurate can file an “Application for Correction of Assessment” with ARC before the close of the grievance filing period, now set for April 30.
Due to the instability of Nassau County’s real estate market caused by the COVID-19 pandemic and the continued economic hardships homeowners and businesses face, the county has paused valuation updates for the 2022-23 assessment roll. Unless a homeowner has since received a correction of error, an assessment reduction, or physically altered an improvement, their notice of tentative assessment should reflect the same assessment as the previous assessment roll, which protects against updates based on the current chaotic real estate market.

Homeowners can find the calendar of virtual legislative meetings online at www.nassaucountyny.gov/arc and can file their grievance on this site. There is no fee to file an “Application for Correction of Assessment” with the county. For individuals who do not have Internet access, the application can be obtained in person at ARC located at 240 Old Country Rd. in Mineola, or by contacting ARC at 516-571-3214.
Property owners are encouraged to check ARC’s website for up-to-date information.

—Submitted by Nassau County

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