Notices

Notice of Change

07/26/2022

Notice of Meeting Date changed from August 10th to August 9th at 7pm

Proposal to list for sale the real property owned by the Town of North Collins known as the “Lawtons Water Property”

06/13/2022

Proposal to list for sale the real property owned by the Town of North Collins known as the “Lawtons Water Property”

Proposal to list for sale the real property owned by the Town of North Collins known as the “Lawtons Water Property”

06/09/2022

Proposal to list for sale the real property owned by the Town of North Collins known as the “Lawtons Water Property”

Public Hearing

05/12/2022

public Hearing Solar Energy Systems and Wind Energy Systems Law

Erie County Storefront revitalization program

05/02/2022

Erie County Storefront revitalization program

Notice of Concerning the examination of assessment

03/17/2022

Notice of Concerning the examination of assessment

2022 AUD

03/10/2022

AUD 2022

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ERIE COUNTY SMALL BUSINESS WORKING CAPITAL GRANT PROGRAM AIDS SMALL BUSINESSES

01/25/2022

CAPITAL GRANTS

Senior Disability & Exemption Renewals

01/24/2022

Senior Disability & Exemption Renewals

Executive Order 11.1

01/21/2022

On December 26, 2021 the NYS Governor Kathy Hochul issued Executive Order 11.1 which waives the requirement of Senior Citizens with Limited Incomes (RP-467-Rnw) and Disability with Low Incomes (RP-459c-rnw) to have to renew their application with the Assessor’s office for the 2022/23 tax year. On January 12, 2022 the Town of North Collins acted on the Executive Order allowing our residents to remain safely in their homes, and not have to re-apply for their exemption.

WHAT DOES THIS MEAN TO YOU?

YOU NEED NOT DO ANYTHING. We have the income you submitted last is on file. This Executive Order enables us to continue your exemption on next year’s assessment roll by using last year’s application. There is no need to risk in-person visits to our office during the COVID pandemic. You can remain safely in your home while still enjoying the tax benefits you received this past year.