Annual Assessment Filing Period: June 1 – third Tuesday in June
Any person aggrieved by an assessment (e.g., an owner, purchaser, or tenant who is required to pay the real estate taxes pursuant to a lease or written agreement) may file a complaint. The complaint must be filed in the city, town or village in which the property is located. For real property located within the Town of Mamaroneck, that complaint can be filed with the Town Assessor or the Board of Assessment Review. If you're not sure where your property is officially located, visit How do I know if I live in "The Town"?
The application form and instructions, RP-524 and RP-524-INS, are available from NYS Department of Taxation and Finance. You may complete the complaint form yourself or have your representative or attorney complete it for you.
Assessments Eligible for Review
The only assessment that may be reviewed is the assessment on the current tentative assessment roll completed by the local assessor. As a general rule, a separate complaint should be filed for each separately assessed parcel.
For real property located within the Town of Mamaroneck, complaints may be filed
in-person or by mail from June 1 to the third Tuesday in June.
To file a complaint in-person, submit your complaint to the Town Assessor or with
the Board of Assessment Review.
To file a complaint by mail, send your complaint to the Town Assessor's office:
Susan M. Thomas, Assessor
Town of Mamaroneck
740 West Boston Post Road
Mamaroneck, NY 10543
Complaints filed in person – either with the Town Assessor or with the BAR – must be filed no later than the third Tuesday in June. Complaints filed by mail must be postmarked no later than the third Tuesday in June.
Failure to file your complaint in a timely manner precludes your right to administrative
and judicial review.
The Town Assessor's office, located on the second floor of the Town Center (Rm 207), is open weekdays:
Labor Day through Memorial Day
8:30 am - 4:30 pm
Memorial Day through Labor Day
8:30 am - 4:00 pm
The Town Assessor is responsible for reviewing and determining the value of all property within the Town and insuring the accuracy of property assessment maps. The value of all parcels determines the Town's assessment roll which is the basis for annual tax …more ›
Susan M. Thomas