taxes

2010 Town and County Tax Rolls

The 2010 Town and County Tax Rolls.

Department: Treasurer's Office

Filed under: taxes

2009-2010 Tax Rate Comparison

The following file is the 2009-2010 Tax Rate Comparison for Municipalities in Cattaraugus County.

2010 Town and County Tax Rates

The following PDF contains the 2010 Town and County Tax Rates for Cattaraugus County.

Department: Real Property and GIS

Filed under: taxes, rates

Delinquent Taxes

Please read your bill carefully front and back. Your local collector information is on the front. The County collection information is on the back. Please be sure the amount you are paying is printed on the bottom of your bill; or if outdated, call to get a current amount due. Incorrect payments will be returned to sender. Read more

Can I get a copy of my tax receipt?

Yes, you can.

In order to accommodate the large number of requests we receive for copies, especially around income tax time, we ask that you call your local collector if you paid your tax to that collector. However, if you paid your tax to the County Treasurer, you may obtain a copy by sending a written request along with a self-addressed stamped envelope and $1.00 to the County Treasurer’s Office.

I live in the City of Salamanca, where do I pay my delinquent County taxes?

The City of Salamanca does not return County taxes to the County Treasurer’s Office for collection. Call the City Comptroller, Linda Rychcik, for more information at 945-3890.

I never received a bill. Do I still have to pay the penalties?

All property owners are responsible for the taxes levied. If a bill is not received, the owner must call the local collector and inquire about the amount due and the possible reason for not receiving a bill. All penalties that have been added up to the date of payment, must be paid.

I think my assessment is too high. Can you change it?

Contact your local assessor for the needed information and forms. You may locate your town assessors' contact information.

How can I apply for an exemption?

Contact your local assessor for the needed information and forms. You may locate your town assessors' contact information.

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