Find 14303 treasurer, tax collector, tax assessor, and property assessor. Treasurers and tax collectors provide information on property searches, tax bills, property liens, tax assessed values, and deductions.
North Tonawanda Treasurer 216 Payne Avenue North Tonawanda NY 14120 9.3 miles from 14303 716-695-8575
Buffalo Treasurer 65 Niagara Square Buffalo NY 14202 15.9 miles from 14303 716-851-5722
Erie County Treasurer's Office 95 Franklin Street Buffalo NY 14202 16.1 miles from 14303 716-858-8400
Niagara County Treasurer's Office 175 Hawley Street Lockport NY 14094 18.0 miles from 14303 716-439-7018
Orchard Park Tax Collector 4295 South Buffalo Street Orchard Park NY 14127 26.6 miles from 14303 716-662-6405
Wales Town Tax Collector 12345 Big Tree Road Wales Center NY 14169 33.9 miles from 14303 716-652-4141
Lyndonville Treasurer 2 South Main Street Lyndonville NY 14098 36.5 miles from 14303 585-765-9385
Silver Creek Treasurer 172 Central Avenue Silver Creek NY 14136 37.8 miles from 14303 716-934-3240
Genesee County Treasurer's Office 15 Main Street Batavia NY 14020 43.4 miles from 14303 585-344-2550
Orleans County Treasurer's Office 34 East Park Street Albion NY 14411 44.0 miles from 14303 585-589-9220
Dunkirk City Treasurer 342 Central Avenue Dunkirk NY 14048 44.2 miles from 14303 716-366-9861
Fredonia Tax Collector 425 East Main Street Fredonia NY 14063 46.0 miles from 14303 716-673-9270
Wyoming County Treasurer's Office 143 North Main Street Warsaw NY 14569 51.5 miles from 14303 585-786-8812
Cassadaga Village Treasurer 22 Miller Place Cassadaga NY 14718 53.3 miles from 14303 716-595-3007
Tax Collectors will generally accept cash, personal checks, and credit card payments. Many will also offer online payments using electronic checks, credit cards, or PayPal. It is common for a convenience charge to be added to online payments.
Special assessments are additional charges on a property, which are usually associated with a public improvement that benefits certain property owners, such as a sewer assessment. Special assessments are usually added to the owner's property tax bill.
Supplemental tax bills are additional property tax bills that result from a re-appraisal of a property, usually because of a transfer of ownership or a physical improvement or expansion to the property. If the reappraisal determines that additional taxes are owed, a supplemental tax bill is issued.