The Deputy Assessor prepares an assessment roll which is used to establish each property owner’s fair share of village taxes. This is done by maintaining records of property ownership, tax exemptions, property values and physical inventory changes. Residents are encouraged to make inquiries regarding special tax exemptions that the Inc. Village of Floral Park has made available to senior citizens, veterans, Village volunteer firefighters and the physically challenged. The Floral Park assessment roll is independent and separate from the Nassau County roll and their assessment methods.
If you are a new property owner in the village or you are a property owner who has a mailing address change or a bank change, please contact the Assessment Department as soon as possible to update our records and direct future tax bills and correspondence to the correct address or bank.
Contact the Assessment Department at 326-6305 for additional information or questions you may have on any of these issues.
Email – [email protected]
APPLICATIONS & INSTRUCTIONS
Real Estate Tax — Real Estate Tax Schedule of Payments
Alternative Veterans Exemption Application and Instructions —
Renewal Application for Alternative Veterans Exemption with Disability — RP-458-A-Dis Application
Cold War Veterans Application and Instructions —
Alternative Veteran and Cold War Veteran Exemption Application and Instructions for Co-op Owners —
Volunteer Fire Department Member Exemption Application and Instructions —
Contesting Assessment in New York State —
Third Party Request for Tax Bill — Third Party Request for Tax Bill Application
Property Bank Change Information — Property-Bank Change Form
The STAR exemption is generated by the Town of Hempstead or the Town of North Hempstead and is applied to your School Tax only.
To qualify for the Basic STAR, you must own your home and it must be your primary residence. The total income of the owners and the owners spouses who primarily reside at the property must not exceed $500,000.
2019 changes to the STAR program:
-If your income is between $250,000 and $500,000 you must switch to the STAR Credit (a check from the Tax Department) to continue receiving a STAR benefit.
-If your income is $250,000 or less, you may continue receiving the STAR benefit in an exemption, which is a reduction in your School Tax bill or you may switch to the STAR Credit.
-New applicants may only apply for the STAR Credit program.
Please click on the link below for an explanation of the changes to the STAR program from New York State and to apply to the STAR Credit program.
To qualify for the Enhanced STAR all owners must be 65 years old (unless the owners are spouses or siblings, in which at least one owner must be 65). The income level is adjusted annually for inflation and applies to the combined incomes of all owners (residents and non-residents), and any owner’s spouse who resides at the property:
-2019 income limit $86,300 or less
-2020 income limit $88,050 or less
Please click on the link below if you are a new homeowner or wish to apply for the first time to the STAR program.
ASSESSMENT ROLL & TAX ROLL