The Freeport Village Assessors' office places values on all land and improvements to land within the Village of Freeport. These values are one factor in determining each property owner's village tax bill. The Assessor's office receives and processes applications for property tax exemptions and for assessment reductions known as grievances or protests. It also represents the village in small claims assessment review proceedings.
On November 1st each year, it publishes the Village's tentative assessment roll and on January 1st, it publishes the final assessment roll.
The Nassau County Assessor performs similar functions for County, Town, School and Special District Taxes, but on a different timeline.
Mayor Robert T. Kennedy, the Village Board of Trustees, and the Assessor's office look forward to assisting the taxpayers/residents of Freeport in the most professional and courteous manner with any questions or concerns they may have.