As part of his continued efforts to help homeowners reduce their property tax burden, County Executive Edward Mangano will be hosting a series of Property Tax Exemptions Workshops in September at libraries and community meeting halls throughout Nassau County.
Department of Assessment staff will be on hand to assist any homeowner who would like to file for the Veterans, Senior Citizen, Cold War Veterans, Volunteer Firefighters and Ambulance Workers, Limited Income Disability, Home Improvement or (for homeowners already in the STAR Program) the Enhanced STAR property tax exemption on-site.
The property tax exemptions workshops will be offered from 1:00 p.m. – 2:30 p.m. at the following locations:
• Wednesday, September 7 at the Freeport Memorial Library located at 144 West Merrick Road• Thursday, September 8 at the Uniondale Public Library located at 400 Uniondale Avenue• Friday, September 9 at Levittown VFW Post 9592 located at 55 Hickory Lane• Wednesday, September 14 at the Jericho Public Library located at One Merry Lane• Thursday, September 15 at the Hewlett-Woodmere Public Library located at 1125 Broadway• Friday, September 16 at the Locust Valley Public Library located at 170 Buckram Road• Monday, September 19 at the Roslyn Community Center located at Orchard Street, Roslyn Heights• Tuesday, September 20 at the Bethpage Public Library located at 47 Powell Avenue• Thursday, September 22 at the Hillside Public Library located at 155 Lakeville Road, New Hyde Park• Thursday, September 29 at the Syosset Public Library located at 225 South Oyster Bay Road
Homeowners who will be filing for a property tax exemption are encouraged to MAKE COPIES of their 2015 Federal and State Income Tax Forms, Driver’s License, and any other documentation that is required PRIOR TO THE WORKSHOP. Documentation requirements can be viewed on the application available on the Department of Assessment website at www.mynassauproperty.com.
For further information regarding property tax exemptions that are offered by Nassau County, please contact the Department of Assessment Exemptions Division at (516) 571-1500.