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Sharon Rarick, School Tax Collector
(518) 966-5070 Ext. 520

View Your Tax Information Online
Property owners may access their tax information and pay their tax bill through Info-Tax Online. (Please allow seven business days after date of payment for paid status to appear online.)

2019-2020 Tax Collection Period
School property tax bills are due by September 30, 2019. All taxes paid or postmarked after October 1 shall bear an interest charge of two percent (2%) until October 31, 2019. No tax payments will be accepted or processed by the school tax collector postmarked after October 31, 2019. All taxes remaining unpaid after October 31 shall be returned to the County Treasurer for further collection.

Payment of Taxes Online: Taxpayers may pay tax bills online at Info-Tax Online

  1. Simply enter your first three letters of the last name into the Info-Tax Online and click “Search”
  2. Once you have brought up your tax information, the “Pay Balance” tab appears near the bottom left of the screen. (There is a fee for this service payable to the credit card company. The school does not profit from those fees.)
    Note: the “Pay Balance” tab will not appear until September 1, 2019.

In Person: Payment of school taxes may also be made in person to the Greenville Central School District Tax Collector at the National Bank of Coxsackie, Greenville branch only, Rte. 81, Greenville, NY 12083 in the lobby only, during the following times with the exception of any holidays:

Monday – Thursday 9:00am – 5:00pm
Friday 9:00am – 6:00pm
Saturday 9:00am – 12:00pm
Drive-thru after 2:30pm processed the next business day
Please remember to bring your tax bill with you!

By mail: The school district will also accept payments by mail as long as the payment is in the exact amount due and made payable to Greenville CSD Tax Collector. Payment mailing address:

National Bank of Coxsackie
PO Box 271
Greenville, NY 12083

You must include the original tax bill with your payment. No partial payments shall be accepted. 

STAR (School Tax Assessment Relief) Exemption

  • Basic STAR exemption: Most residents who own and live in their home are eligible for the NYS Basic STAR property tax exemption on their primary residence. Basic STAR works by exempting the first $30,000 of the full value of a home from school taxes.
  • Enhanced STAR exemption: Available for senior citizens (age 65 and older) with yearly household incomes not exceeding the statewide standard. For these qualifying persons, an additional percentage of the full value of their primary residence is exempted from school taxes.
  • Learn more about the STAR program
  • Important Changes to STAR Exemption program: New applicants who qualify for STAR must register with New York State instead of applying with their assessor. You will receive a STAR credit in the form of a check, rather than receiving a property tax exemption. The dollar value of the credit will be the same as the property tax exemption. You can register online at https://www.tax.ny.gov/pit/property/star/default.htmor by phone (518) 457-2036. These changes do not affect homeowners who registered for the STAR Exemption prior to the 2015 deadline.
    To learn more, visit https://www.tax.ny.gov/pit/property/star/star-2016-tp-faqs.htm
  • STAR Rebate: In 2015, NYS created a new STAR Rebate for the years 2016 through 2019, which replaces the Property Tax Freeze Credit offered in 2014 and 2015. The new rebate applies to homeowners who are receiving the STAR exemption and who live in school districts that pass budgets at or below their tax levy cap. In 2016, the rebate will be a $185 credit for eligible homeowners earning $200,000 or less. For the years 2017 through 2019, the rebate will equal the STAR tax savings multiplied by a percentage determined by the taxpayer’s income, with eligible annual income capped at $275,000. The State will mail rebate checks to the residents in the fall.
  • STAR Exemption Update: If you currently receive your STAR benefit as a reduction on your school tax vill (the STAR exemption), you may receive a greater benefit if you switch to the STAR rebate check. Click on this government link to learn more https://www.tax.ny.gov/star/default.htm. If you have any questions, contact your assessor below.

Town Assessors:

Greenville Gordon Bennett gwb91560@gmail.com (518) 965-1898
Cairo Janice Hull assessor@townofcairo.com (518) 622-3120 Ext. 252
Durham Gordon Bennett Town of Durham (518) 239-8362
Coxsackie Gordon Bennett cxsckassr@aol.com (518) 731-6893
Rensselaerville Donna Kropp
Jeff Pine
Kathy Wank
assessors@rensselaerville.com (518) 797-3798 or
(518) 239-4225
Berne Brian Crawford assessclerk@yahoo.com (518) 872-1448 Ext. 107
Coeymans Dawn DeRose assessor@coeymans.org (518) 756-8927
New Scotland Michael McGuire mmcguire@townofnewscotland.com (518) 439-9020
Westerlo Peter Hotaling assessor@townofwesterlony.com (518) 797-9265
New Baltimore Gordon Bennett assessor@townofnewbaltimore.org (518) 756-6671 Ext. 8
Conesville Mark Los (607) 652-2241
Additional Contacts Albany County
(518) 487-5290
Greene County
(518) 719-3527
Schoharie County
518-295-8386