Assessor's Office

Enza Mineo
Assessor
Town of Irondequoit
1280 Titus Avenue
Rochester, New York 14617
(585) 336-6055

Office Hours: Monday - Friday,
8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

The Town Assessor’s duties and responsibilities are determined by the New York State Real Property Tax Law and include: Preparation of the annual assessment role; administration of the complaint (grievance)/tax certiorari procedure; administration of exemptions; administration of the STAR program; and management of the continuous townwide revaluation effort.  The Town has a New York State certified Assessor appointed to a term of six years.

This site was created to provide easily accessible, up-to-date assessment information on all residential and commercial properties in the Town of Irondequoit. It is your primary research tool for the Irondequoit tax roll. We hope you'll find all you need to know on this site.


Why Are Property Assessments Important?

Property assessments are necessary to equitably distribute the tax burden among all property owners based upon the market value of their property. Properties are appraised so that some of the costs associated with providing services, such as public education, fire and police protection, roads and utilities, can be allocated to property owners in proportion to the market value of their individual properties.


What If I Don't Agree With My Assessed Value?
Informal Assessment Reviews Accepted Year-Round. Determinations Will Be Made March 1 - April 15.

If, after an Informal Hearing, you are not satisfied with the value placed on your property, you may utilize the formal grievance procedure to appeal an assessment.

NOTE: The Informal Review does not take the place of the Formal Grievance Application.

More information on the formal grievance procedure is provided below:

NOTE: Irondequoit requires that you submit two sets of the application with documentation.

  1. Assessment
  2. Exemption
Important Legal Dates on the Assessment Calendar

Taxable status date: March 1
Tentative assessment roll filed: May 1
Grievance Day: Fourth Tuesday in May
Final assessment roll filed: July 1

ALL Exemptions must be filed by March 1

2015 Final Roll
2015 Tentative Roll
NOTE: This roll is 5,320 pages. Please be careful when printing.


Exemption Information

Application Deadline: March 1st


The following is a brief description of the most common property tax exemptions available to property owners in the Town of Irondequoit. You must apply for any exemption for which you may be eligible by March 1st. For information and instructions, call the Assessor’s Office at 585-336-6055.

Basic STAR - for property which is the primary residence of the owner, No age requirement. Combined income not to exceed $500,000 for residing owners and spouses.
RP-425 Form

Enhanced STAR - for property with owner 65 or older, which is the primary residence of the owner, maximum household income of $84,550* in the previous year. *Subject to increase.
RP-425 Form.
RP-425-rnw Form
RP-425-ivp Form

Senior Citizens - for residential property with owner 65 or older, which is primary residence of owner, maximum household income of $37,400 in the previous year Senior Exemption. Application.
RP-467 Instructions
RP-467 Form
Rp-467-rnw Form

Veterans - for residential properties owned by a veteran {or unmarried surviving spouse} which is the primary residence of the owner, who served in the U.S. armed forces at any time.
RP-458a Instructions
RP-458 Form
RP-458a Form
RP-458-b Instructions
RP-458-b Form
RP-458-b-dis Instructions

Disabled - for residential property with an owner and primary resident who receives Social Security disability payments, Railroad Retirement disability benefits, or has a state certificate designating them as legally blind. The maximum household income of $37,400 in the previous year is a requirement for this exemption.
RP-459 Instructions
RP-459 Form
RP-459-c-rnw Form

Capital Improvements to Residential Property - for one and two family houses which have undergone reconstruction, alteration, or improvement. The cost of the improvements must be at least $3000. Expenditures for maintenance do not qualify. The exemption applies to an increase in assessed value due to the improvements.
RP-485-a Instructions
RP-485-a Form

Business Investment Exemption - for construction, alteration, or improvement of commercial or industrial property. The cost of the improvements must be at least $10,000. Expenditures for maintenance do not qualify. The exemption applies to a resultant increase in assessed value due to the improvements.
RP-485-b Instructions
RP-485-b Form

Important Links

Mail forms to:
Assessor's Office
Town of Irondequoit
1280 Titus Avenue
Rochester NY 14617