Southampton Town making submissions available online, extending deadline

Filing Tax Grievances




In response to COVID-19 and the need for social distancing, there will be no face-to-face meetings with the Town of Southampton Board of Assessment Review on Grievance Day May 19.

All 2020 grievances can be e-filed, mailed, or dropped off at the Town Hall main lobby at 116 Hampton Road Monday through Friday between 8:30 AM and 4 PM.

To file an electronic grievance, follow online instructions to fill out form RP-524. It will be found beginning May 1 in the assessors directory here. A resident can digitally sign an appeal and attach any additional information to a submission. He or she will receive a verification of submission via email.

To file by mail, read the information located here and print and fill out the RP-524 form here. Mail the form and any additional information to Town Hall. Grievance forms will also be available at the main lobby entrance.

The 2020-2021 tentative assessment roll will be available for public inspection online here.

The town has encouraged forms to be filed or mailed, to be received by May 19, however, due to the novel coronavirus pandemic, applications will be accepted until July 1.

All grievance determination notices will be mailed or digitally transmitted July 1 through 15. If a resident does not received notification by July 30, contact the town. Failure to receive proper notice does not relieve a resident of the 2020-2021 assessment.

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