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Posted on: February 18, 2022

Taxable Status Day & Other Important Assessment Dates

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The taxable status day in the City of Ogdensburg is April 1st.   Accordingly, the 2022 deadline to file real property tax exemption applications in the City of Ogdensburg is Friday, April 1, 2022.    

If you have any questions regarding exempt status, please contact Mark Schnorr, City Assessor at 315.393.4030 or via email to mschnorr@ogdensburg.org.  


Other important assessment dates are as follows: 

Date

What's Due

On or before April 1

Ascertainment of facts for assessment

April 1

Taxable status date - last day for accepting exemption applications

Second Monday of May

Tentative completion of assessment roll
 Section 510

10 days prior to the third Tuesday in June

Notice of increased / decreased assessments
 Section 510

Third Tuesday in June

Grievance day - Sections 506 and 512

On or before August 1

Final completion and filing of assessment roll
 Section 516, Subdivision 1

 

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