Greenburgh Town Assessor 177 Hillside Ave, White Plains, NY10607 The Town Assessor is responsible for appraising real property in the Town of Greenburgh (including the Village of…More Tarrytown) for the purpose of preparing fair and equitable property taxes for the School District and Town and County governments. The Town Assessor serves a six-year term and is appointed by the Town Board. The Assessor is responsible for all tax exemptions receives all filed tax grievances and assists in the defense of litigation over property taxes. The Assessor for Greenburgh is Edye McCarthy.
Mt. Pleasant Town Assessor 1 Town Hall Plz, Valhalla, NY10595 The Town Assessor is responsible for appraising real property of Mt. Pleasant (including Sleepy Hollow) for the…More purpose of preparing property taxes for the school district and town and county governments. The Town Assessor serves a six-year term and is appointed by the Town Board. The assessor is responsible for all tax exemptions and receives all filed tax grievances. The Assessor for Mt. Pleasant is James Timmings.
Town of Mount Pleasant 1 Town Hall Plz, Valhalla, NY10595 Sleepy Hollow is within the boundaries of the Town of Mount Pleasant to which citizens pay town taxes to receive life…More support paramedic services, animal control services and police and fire assistance. The town also is responsible for striping roads in the village. The town assesses property and guarantees 100 percent of the taxes to both the county and the school system.
Huff Wilkes, Atty. 200 White Plains Rd, Tarrytown, NY10591 Huff Wilkes is an attorney firm with offices in Tarrytown. The firm specializes in real estate law, handling land use,…More zoning, property tax, construction, commercial, municipal and environmental law.
Tarrytown Village Hall 1 Depot Plz, Tarrytown, NY10591 Just across from the Tarrytown Metro-North rail station, the municipal government building includes a court and police…More headquarters. Community members can visit the village hall to request licenses or permits, submit building applications, pay water bills and pay property taxes. The hall hosts public meetings on the first and third Monday of each month at 8pm, unless otherwise noted on the Web site.