receive the town and county property taxes for the residents of the Town of Sangerfield..
made be mailed to the Town Hall or paid in person during Town Clerk Office
Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday from 9 am to
1 pm and 2 pm to 5 pm. The office is
Tax Collector, Sylvia Crandall
Sangerfield Town Hall
1084 State Route 12 , PO Box 34
Sangerfield, NY 13455
bills are typically mailed by 12/31. Bills may be paid without penalty by 1/31.
may be made out to: Sylvia J Crandall, Tax Collector
call (315) 841-4884 or email firstname.lastname@example.org with any
will I receive my tax bill, and when is it due?
Town & County bill will be mailed by December 30 and is due without penalty
by January 31st.
payments have a 1% penalty and March payments have a 1.5% penalty plus $2.00 per
parcel for the second and third notice fee.
I pay my tax notice by credit card?
you can pay your tax notice by credit card in the office or over the phone. There will be a 2.45% fee convenience fee
added or $3.95 for Visa Debit.
is the second and third notice fee?
Taxpayers who have not paid their taxes by Feb 1st will receive a second notice
and a $2.00 plus the 1% penalty is added to the tax bill. Taxpayers who have not paid their taxes by
March 1st will receive a third notice and a 1.5% penalty plus $2.00 surcharge
Where do I pay my taxes and who do I make the check payable to?
Taxes can be paid in person at the Town Hall located at 1084 State Route 12 in
Sangerfield. Taxes can also be mailed to the Tax office at the above location.
Note – please make sure the envelope is postmarked by the Post Office by the
deadline date (NYS RPTL 925) and properly addressed to the appropriate
collecting officer. Do not send cash through the mail. Taxes may also be left in the mailbox by
the Town Hall door.
can be payable to – Town of Sangerfield Tax Collector or Sylvia J Crandall, Tax
Q. Do I
have to pay a penalty if I didn’t receive a tax bill?
the failure to mail a statement or the failure of the property owner to receive
a statement will not affect the validity of the taxes or interest prescribed by
law (NYS RPTL 922). In addition, neither the Tax Collector nor any other
official has the legal authority to waive statutory penalty charges. So if you
have not received your tax notice please contact the Tax Collector.
Where do I pay delinquent (unpaid) taxes?
Delinquent payments can be made at Oneida County Finance Department in the
Oneida County Office building, 800 Park Ave., Utica, New York 13501. Phone
315-798-5754. Interest and Penalties
will be added.
is Third Party Notification?
Property owners who are disabled or 65 years of age or older, and own a one,
two or three family home may designate an adult consenting third part to
receive duplicate copies of tax bills and notices of unpaid taxes. In order to
receive this service, one must fill out a third party notification form RP-923.
you accept partial payments?
Partial Payments are not accepted.
do I receive a receipt?
you are paying your tax by mail and request a receipt it will be mailed to you
by the Town . If your bank/escrow holder pays your tax you will automatically
receive a receipt.
New homeowners – Please contact us as
soon as possible, so we can correct our information. If you do not contact us,
the bill for your property will not go where it needs to be and payment can be
late and penalized.
homeowners have their property taxes paid from an escrow account through their
mortgage company. You and/or your lender are not exempt from the various
penalties, fees and proceedings that become relevant if an error results in the
late or non-payment of your property taxes.
who pay off their mortgage or are no longer escrowed for taxes are encouraged
to contact the Tax Office so that we may send all future tax bills directly to
you as the homeowner.
who have moved are encouraged to contact the Tax Office so that we may send the
taxes to the current address in a timely manner.