Contact

317 Main Street
East Rochester, New York 14445



(585) 381-5151
jraymond@eastrochester.org

Office Hours

Monday through Friday, 8:30 am to 4:30 pm






Residential Sales File

The Assessor is the appointed assessment official who estimates the value of real property within the Town/Village of East Rochester. The Assessor's office is open daily Monday through Friday, 8:30 am to 4:30 pm. In addition, he sees residents by appointment.

The Assessor maintains the Town/Village's assessment roll, which lists assessments and exemptions. The Assessor approves and monitors property tax exemptions, including senior citizens exemptions, school tax relief exemptions (STAR), veterans, disability, and business exemptions.

The Assessor reviews every transfer of real property for accuracy, including the basic information on buyer, seller, and sale price. Properties are reviewed annually for changes, including permits for new construction, demolition, change of use, and market conditions.


For Tax Billing Information or Questions

Call the Town/Village Clerk's office at (585) 586-3553

 

Frequent PDFs and Archives of Final Roll

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East Rochester Assessor's Department News

2018 ASSESSMENT UPDATE INFORMATION

2018 ASSESSMENT UPDATE INFORMATION

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Residential Sales File

Analysis of valid arm’s length sales is utilized in the review process to determine current assessed (market) value of all residential properties. Residential properties in the Town/Village of East Rochester are systematically reviewed annually and have been assessed on the average at 100% of current market value since 2000.

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