Town of Moreau Town Assessor
Peggy Jenkins, Assessor
Phone: (518) 793-0496 Ext 206
Assessor's Office Hours: Monday-Friday 8AM - 4PM
Closed all major holidays
Saratoga County Emergency Services Information
Town Hall Location:
||351 Reynolds Road,
Hours of operation:
|| Monday thru Friday 8:00 am to 4:00 pm
Level of assessment:
School Tax Bills:
Town & Co. Tax Bills:
||Aged, Basic & Enhanced Star, Veterans, Cold War
The assessor is responsible estimating the value of real property within the town and produces a yearly tentative and final assessment roll, which is the document that contains every property description and value of real property in the municipality.
The assessor also updates new construction, and major improvements to existing structures as to maintain a current value. The assessor also approves and keeps track of property tax exemptions Senior citizen, School Tax Relief (STAR), veterans and agricultural.
The assessor reviews every transfer of real property in the municipality. The basic information on the buyer, seller and sale price is reviewed for accuracy. Assessment records are then updated.
Assessor's Calendar Year
|Taxable Status Date:
|Exemption Filing Deadline:
BELOW YOU WILL FIND THE LINK TO
THE TOWN OF MOREAU
This site provides access to all Saratoga County Real Property information.
Users may access tax maps, photos, comparable assessments and sales.
Saratoga County 2015
Tentative assessment roll -
The Town of Moreau’s Assessor has compiled the data contained on this site for
the sole purpose of property assessments and taxing information.
This information is not intended for use of any other purpose.
The Town of Moreau is not liable for accuracy of data appearing on this site.
The complexity of Equalization
Values and Taxable Values:
A municipality is authorized to assess
at market value. The Assessed value is the level of
a community is assessing at, in this
instance the Town of Moreau has a LOA (level of
100%), which is the taxable value, based
on sales and other components throughout the year.
The equalization rate is the state’s
means to assure property tax allocation among taxing
and to allocate State Aid for Education.
apportionment of taxes among municipal
segments of school district, counties
and distribution of State Aid for Education, the rate is
to establish tax and debt limits,
determination of state assessments such as state-owned
agricultural values and the level of
star exemptions. The rate takes into consideration all
Equalization rates DO NOT
indicate the degree of uniformity among assessments within