Assessor

Links

Exemptions:

You may contact the Assessor’s office to discuss exemption options and requirements. All applications must be filed on or before May 1st.

Notes from your Assessor:              

GirdlestoneHarold Girdlestone
Sole Assessor

 

 

Tatiana Guaman
Assessment Aide

Hours of Operation:
Monday through Friday
8:30am – 4:30pm

321 Bedford Road
Bedford Hills, NY 10507
914.666.5149
fax 914.864.0060

assessor@bedfordny.gov

NOTICE TO ADJOURN BOARD OF ASSESSMENT REVIEW GRIEVANCE DAY HEARING

NOTICE is hereby given, pursuant to Sections 283.121, 283.131 and 283.141 of the Westchester County Tax Law, that the Town of Bedford’s Board of Assessment Review (BAR) has adjourned the Grievance Day hearing and that the BAR will meet for an adjourned hearing on complaints in relation to the 2022 Tentative Assessment Roll on Monday, June 27th, from 6:30pm to 8:00pm at the Bedford Town House, 321 Bedford Rd,  Bedford Hills, Town of Bedford, Westchester County, New York and complaints shall continue to be accepted at the Office of the Town Assessor until the conclusion of this adjourned hearing.

Harold Girdlestone
Sole Assessor
Town of Bedford
(914)-666-5149  Phone
(914)-864-0060  Fax
Assessor@Bedfordny.gov  Email

The Assessor is appointed by the Town Board to a six-year term. The Assessor is responsible for setting the assessed value of buildings and land within a property. The assessment is the value upon which a property’s taxes are based.

General Information

Taxable Status date: May 1, 2022
Deadline for exemption applications:  May 1, 2022
Tentative Assessment Roll filing: June 1, 2022
Grievance application period: June 1st through June 21, 2022
Grievance Day:  June 21, 2022
Final Assessment Roll filing: September 15, 2022
Applications and request successfully approved for June 1, 2022 will reflect for the first time on: April 2023 County and Town Bills

Assessment Grievance

Board of Assessment Review (BAR)
John Loveless, Chairperson
Rita Carrozza, Member
Patsy Morton, Member

Residents wishing to contest the values set by the Assessor, may appeal to the Board of Assessment Review. Forms must be completed and filed with the Assessor’s office starting on June 1st and no later than Grievance Day, June 21, 2022.

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Exemptions: You may contact the Assessor’s office to discuss exemption options and requirements. All applications must be filed on or before May 1st. Available exemptions:

 

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