Town Assessor - 6 Year Term
Tami Snyder, Assessor
Town Assessor Clerk
Mon: 9:00am - 4:00pm
Fri: 9:00am – 12:00pm
2022 Is a Reval/Update Year for Town of Lima (as well as all of Livingston County). Many of you have received your recent Assessment Disclosure Notices and seen the rather large assessment increases in fair market value. This has been a result of an aggressive real estate market for the past 4 years. As the letter states if you have questions you can call your Assessor and schedule an informal hearing. If you choose you can attend Grievance Day, Thursday, May 26, 2022 form 4:00-8:00 pm at the Town of Lima Hall at 7329 East Main St, Lima, NY. (There was a typo in your recent letter stating to attend at Town of Avon; this was not correct it is at Lima Townhall). You can pick up Grievance forms in the Assessor’s office or on NYS Tax and Finance website.
About the Assessor:
The Town Assessor is appointed by the Town Board for a term of six years. The Assessor’s responsibilities are specified in New York State Real Property Tax Law and include preparation of the annual assessment role, maintenance of up-to-date property records, reval/update every 4 years, administration of exemptions and administration of the grievance procedure.
These maybe viewed by clicking on the Tax Assessment Rolls link below : at https://www.livingstoncounty.us/1290-2021-Assessment-Rolls.
Questions regarding assessment rolls please direct to the Assessor’s office.
Important Legal Dates on Assessment Calendar:
Taxable Status Date: March 1st
Tentative Roll filed: May 1st
Grievance Date: 4th Tuesday in May (in Lima 4th Thursday in May)
Final Roll filed: July 1st
*All Exemptions Must Be Filed By March 1st