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In New York State, under certain criteria, real property may be exempt from taxation.  Most exemptions are partial exemptions.  An exemption reduces one's assessment before the school, town, county, and/or village tax rate is applied to calculate the taxes on a property.  Certain exemptions (like STAR) only apply to school taxes, while others apply to the town, county, and/or village taxes.

The various exemptions have specific eligibility and documentation requirements.  Some of the most common exemptions are noted below. Links to additional exemptions are provided on the right.

STAR Exemption (School Taxes ONLY)

Are you a new STAR applicant?  If so, you need to APPLY for the NYS STAR Credit with New York State Department of Tax & Finance (NYS DTF).

For questions regarding NYS Property Tax Relief Credit call:
518-453-8146

Click here for NYSDTF STAR Exemption Program Information

For questions regarding NYS STAR Credit call: 518-457-2036

2019 NYS STAR Check Delivery Schedule: Delivery Schedule Lookup

Other Exemptions

Information and the most recent applications for additional exemptions, including ClergyNonprofit, and others, can be found at the New York State Department of Taxation and Finance website.


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DEADLINE: 

The deadline to apply for or renew an exemption is MAY 1ST every year.

Common Exemption Applications:

IMPORTANT INFORMATION
REGARDING THE SENIOR CITIZENS /
AGED EXEMPTION.

YOU MUST APPLY for or RENEW for the Senior Aged Exemption every year on or before May 1st. Even if you signed up for the Income Verification Program (IVP) for ENHANCED STAR, you MUST APPLY for or RENEW the Senior Citizen Aged Exemption EVERY YEAR with your most current income documents.

 

Continue scrolling all the way to the bottom for complete exemption information.

In New York State, under certain criteria, real property may be exempt from taxation.  Most exemptions are partial exemptions.  An exemption reduces one's assessment before the school, town, county, and/or village tax rate is applied to calculate the taxes on a property.  Certain exemptions (like STAR) only apply to school taxes, while others apply to the town, county, and/or village taxes.

The various exemptions have specific eligibility and documentation requirements.  Some of the most common exemptions are noted below. Links to additional exemptions are provided on the right.

STAR Exemption (School Taxes ONLY)

Are you a new STAR applicant?  If so, you need to APPLY for the NYS STAR Credit with New York State Department of Tax & Finance (NYS DTF).

For questions regarding NYS Property Tax Relief Credit call:
518-453-8146

Click here for NYSDTF STAR Exemption Program Information

For questions regarding NYS STAR Credit call: 518-457-2036

2019 NYS STAR Check Delivery Schedule: Delivery Schedule Lookup

Other Exemptions

Information and the most recent applications for additional exemptions, including ClergyNonprofit, and others, can be found at the New York State Department of Taxation and Finance website.


...Continue scrolling for more exemption information and links to applications.

DEADLINE: 

The deadline to apply for or renew an exemption is MAY 1ST every year.

Common Exemption Applications:

IMPORTANT INFORMATION
REGARDING THE SENIOR CITIZENS /
AGED EXEMPTION.

YOU MUST APPLY for or RENEW for the Senior Aged Exemption every year on or before May 1st. Even if you signed up for the Income Verification Program (IVP) for ENHANCED STAR, you MUST APPLY for or RENEW the Senior Citizen Aged Exemption EVERY YEAR with your most current income documents.

 

Rental Fee Information For Residents:
Residents Include: City of Rye, Port Chester, Rye Brook, and Rye Neck
  • Monday - Thursday:  $450.00 for (4) hours,  $112.50 per additional hour
  • Friday - Sunday (including Holidays):  $550.00 for (4) hours,  $137.50 per additional hour

$250.00 Security Deposit Refund Required (Refundable 2-4 weeks after event, pending no damage to the property)
Rental Time includes setup, event, & cleanup

Rental Fee Information for Non-Residents:
Adopted by the Rye Town Park Commission 3/20/2019
  • Monday - Thursday: $600.00 for (4) hours, $150.00 per additional hour
  • Friday - Sunday: $700.00 for (4) hours, $175.00 per additional hour

$250.00 Security Deposit Refund Required (Refundable 2-4 weeks after event, pending no damage to the property) Rental Time includes setup, event, & cleanup

Are you a Non Profit Organization?
  • Monday - Thursday: $225.00 for (4) hours,  $56.25 per additional hour
  • Friday - Sunday (including Holidays):  $275.00 for (4) hours,  $68.75 per additional hour

$150.00 Security Deposit Refund Required (Refundable 2-4 weeks after event, pending no damage to the property)
Rental Time includes setup, event, & cleanup

OTHER IMPORTANT INFORMATION:
  • Garbage bins are provided, but renter is responsible for all set up and clean up
  • Public restrooms are available
  • Each pavilion can fit up to 100 people
  • Tables & chairs come with your rental
  • Charcoal Grills are available upon request, renter is responsible to bring charcoal
  • Beach fees and parking fees are NOT included in rental. They are a separate fee.
  • If you plan to serve any form of alcohol (wine, beer, liquor), you must obtain an alcohol permit and insurance
  • Rain dates are not held, it is the renters responsibility to plan accordingly
  • Food Trucks are not allowed at the park for any event unless a special one day waiver is obtained from the City of Rye Board

January 1, 2020 through June 30, 2020

CIVIL: Tuesday, 9:00am Judge Provenzano
CRIMINAL: Wednesday, 9:00am Judge Colangelo
VEHICLE & TRAFFIC SMALL CLAIMS: 2nd Thursday of every month, 7:00pm

July 1, 2020 through December 31, 2020

CIVIL: Tuesday, 9:00am Judge Colangelo
CRIMINAL: Wednesday, 9:00am Judge Provenzano
VEHICLE & TRAFFIC SMALL CLAIMS: 2nd Thursday of every month, 7:00pm

DISTRICT ATTORNEY AND RYE BROOK VILLAGE PROSECUTOR

District Attorney - Criminal Cases, Wednesday 9:00am

January 8, 22
February 5
March 4, 18
April 1, 15
May 6, 20
June 3, 17
July 1, 15
August 5, 19
September 2, 16
October 7, 21
November 4, 18
December 2, 16

Village of Rye Brook Prosecutor - Wednesday 9:00am

January 15, 29
February 12, 26
March 11, 25
April 8, 22
May 13, 27
June 10, 24
July 8, 22
August 12, 26
September 9, 23
October 14, 28
November 25
December 9, 23

Enhanced STAR Exemption for Ages 65+ (Applies to School Taxes ONLY)
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NOTE: This exemption has an income requirement. Please see the back of the application (link below) for the most recent income limit.

If you have a Basic STAR Exemption and you believe you satisfy the age and income requirements, you may want to apply for the Enhanced STAR Exemption, as follows:

  • Owners Must be at least 65 years of age as of December 31 of the year you are filing, or if the property is owned by a married couple or by siblings, will at least one of the spouses or siblings be at least 65 years of age as of December 31st.
  • Total combined income of all owners (and of any owner's spouses residing on the premises) must be less or equal to the current income limit listed on the back of the application.
  • Submit the Enhanced STAR Exemption Application on or before the DEADLINE OF MAY 1st.
  • Submit your Income information along with your proof of age (copy of your driver's license or birth certificate).
  • Submit the mandatory Income Verification Program Application.
  • Applications and supporting documentation must be submitted to the Assessment Department on or before May 1st DEADLINE.

NYS Enhanced STAR Exemption Application (RP-425-E)

NYS Enhanced STAR Mandatory Income Verification Program Application (RP-425-IVP)

IMPORTANT CHANGES TO THE ENHANCED STAR EXEMPTION:

NEW FOR 2019: NYS Department of Tax & Finance will be verifying ALL Enhanced STAR applicants' incomes (that is why NYS made enrollment in the Income Verification Program mandatory). NYS notifies the Assessment Office if an applicant satisfies the income requirement or not. NYS will notify you if your income does not qualify.

NEW FOR 2020: The Assessment Department NO LONGER  WILL BE SENDING RENEWAL APPLICATIONS. Since NYS will be verifying ALL Enhanced STAR applicants' incomes, no renewals are required. NYS will notify us of your exemption annually going forward. NYS will notify you if your income does not qualify.

If you are not sure if you qualify for the Enhanced STAR Exemption, you should check with the Assessment Office.

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Senior Citizens with Limited Income Exemption (Town, County, Village & School Taxes)

IMPORTANT INFORMATION REGARDING THE SENIOR CITIZENS / AGED EXEMPTION:
YOU MUST APPLY for or RENEW the Senior Aged Exemption every year on or before May 1st. Even if you signed up for the Income Verification Program (IVP) for ENHANCED STAR, you MUST APPLY for or RENEW this exemption with the Assessment Office EVERY YEAR with your most current income documents.

REQUIREMENTS:

  • You must own your primary residence for at least 1 year prior to May 1st. 
  • You must be 65 years of age on or before May 1st.  If your birthday is after May 1st, you will have to apply in the following year.
  • Submit a signed and dated exemption application (see link below) on or before the DEADLINE OF MAY 1st.
  • Submit a copy of your driver's license or birth certificate (to verify your age).
  • Submit a copy of your deed.
  • Submit the appropriate year's tax return (preferably federal 1040), along with copies of ALL income documents that you would normally provide to an accountant to prepare your tax return. This includes, but is not limited to (a) a copy of your end of year Social Security Statement, (b) any and ALL copies of all 1099's, (c) ALL year end IRA account statements (even those for which a distribution has not been taken), and (d) ALL NON-TAXABLE INCOME (such as tax free interest, non taxable railroad & NYS pensions, non taxable disability income, etc.).
  • TOTAL income [including the full social security amount(s)] of all owners/spouses cannot exceed $37,399 (subject to change should the town/county adopt new income limits).
  • Apply for the Enhanced STAR Exemption and sign up for the NYS mandatory Income Verification Program (IVP).

Once granted by the Assessment Office, this exemption MUST be renewed every year because of the income requirement.  This office sends renewals forms by the end of January.

Application for Partial Tax Exemption for Real Property of Senior Citizens

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VETERANS EXEMPTIONS (City, County & School Taxes [if school district has adopted])
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  • Requirements for both the Alternative Veterans and Cold War Veterans Exemptions are similar.
  • Property must be your primary residence.
  • Eligible to veterans and un-remarried surviving spouses of veterans.

As proof of service, you need to provide a copy of your DD-214 (available after 1950).  If you cannot locate, see link or write to:

National Personnel Records Center
Military Personnel Records
9700 Page Avenue
St. Louis, MO 63132-5100

Please note that active military personnel and reservists are not eligible.

Alternative Veterans

* Served during and honorably discharged from a designated period of war or during a Congressional approved combat conflict (received a medal of honor), as follows:

      Designated Periods of War:

  • Persian Gulf conflict (8/2/90 - present)
  • Vietnam War (2/28/61 - 5/7/75)
  • Korean War (6/27/50 - 1/31/55)
  • World War II (12/7/41 - 12/31/46)

* Eligible for the school veteran's exemption.

Please refer to the application form (see links) for all of the specific details and requirements.

Cold War

* Served during and honorably discharged during the defined Cold War Period (9/2/1945 to 12/26/1991) not during a "designated period of war" noted above.

* Once granted, this exemption does not need to be renewed.

*  NOT eligible for the school veteran's exemption.

Please refer to the application form (see links below) for all of the specific details and requirements.

Related Applications:

Veterans Exemption in the News:

Journal News Tax Watch:  New Law Authorizes School Districts to Give Veterans Property Tax Exemptions