Real Estate Tax
– Due Dates –
First Half City Tax: Dec. 1 through Jan. 10
First Half County Tax: Jan. 1 through Feb.10
Second Half School Tax: Feb.1 through March 1
Second Half City Tax: June 1 through July 10
Second Half County Tax: July 1 through Aug. 10
First Half School Tax: Aug. 1 through Sept. 1
A discount will be provided for City and County taxes if paid in full during the first time period. All requests for tax information must be in writing and emailed to email@example.com or fax a request to 516-320-7807 or 516-759-6791
Reminder: City and County Real Estate Taxes Second Half Tax Due
The City of Glen Cove would like to remind all residents that City taxes are due June 1 and payable without penalty until July 10. County taxes are due July 1 and payable without penalty until August 10. Please send payments according to the instructions on the payment stub.
Location: 9 Glen St., 1st Floor – Main Chambers, Glen Cove
Frequently Asked Questions
The Receiver of Taxes mails tax bills by January 1st, August 1st and December 1st of each year. If you do not receive a bill within a week of mailing, you should contact the Tax Office at (516) 676-2355 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
The City & County bills cover a calendar year that begins January 1st and ends December 31st of that same year. The School bills cover a fiscal year that begins July 1st and ends June 30th of the following year.
A tax bill is sent to the property owner, or to whomever the owner so designates, each year for City, County and School taxes. Each bill has two coupons attached, instructions on front & back, and a return envelope.
Yes. Your mortgage company receives information regarding the payment due. All exemptions are reflected in the amount provided to the mortgage company..
City taxes are due from December 1 – July 10 and may be paid in two installments. The first half is due by January 10. The second half is due by July 10. County taxes are due from January 2 – August 10 and may be paid in two installments. The first half is due by February 10. The second half is due by August 10. School taxes are due from August 1 – March 1 of the following year & may be paid in two installments. The first half is due by September 1. The second half is due by March 1.
Yes. A one and one half percent discount is offered off of your second half City tax if the bill is paid in full by January 10. A one percent discount is offered off of your second half County tax if the bill is paid in full by February 10. The full amount due on coupon 1 already reflects the discount
No discount is offered on School tax bills.
o City – ¾ % interest is added to the rate for each month late.
o County – 1% interest is added for each month late.
o School – 1% interest is added each month late till February, then an additional ½ % interest is added each month till June.
In addition to the tax amount and interest due, a 5% penalty is added to any portion of the school tax which is still unpaid on March 20. (Note: penalty is calculated on the total of tax and interest).
Yes. It is the responsibility of the taxpayer to pay taxes on a property they own. Even if an owner does not receive a tax bill, it is the owner’s obligation to secure a tax bill and make payment. The taxpayer, therefore, is liable for all penalties and interest on late payments.
City tax is payable to “City of Glen Cove”. County tax is payable to “County of Nassau”. School tax is payable to “City School District”. All tax payments (including delinquent payments) should be mailed to:
City of Glen Cove, Finance Department, 9 Glen Street, Glen Cove, NY 11542.
Tax payments sent by US mail are credited by the date postmarked on the envelope. A postage-metered postmark is NOT acceptable. Taxpayers making payment close to the deadline date may want to bring it to the Post Office to have it hand-cancelled, or send it certified or registered mail. (County tax payments received after August 31 cannot be accepted regardless of postmark.)
Yes. Tax payments are accepted at City Hall Monday – Friday (9 am – 4 pm) except legal holidays. Extended hours 9am-7pm, day before due date. Check website for exact dates.
Yes. The City will attempt to re-deposit your check. If a check is returned twice, a payment is stopped or an account is closed, the tax payment will be cancelled and a $ 35.00 returned check fee will be added to the account as well as any appropriate interest and penalty charges..
All tax bills must be paid, there are NO partial payments of taxes due.
If you still own the property, notify the City of Glen Cove Finance Department in writing to 9 Glen Street, Glen Cove, NY 11542 or email: email@example.com
If you have sold the property and still receive a tax bill, email the City with the name of the new owner.
I Just Purchased Property in the City of Glen Cove. Do I Need to Contact Anyone Regarding Real Property Taxes?
Since it is the owner’s responsibility to pay taxes on property they own, it is recommended that you immediately email the City to obtain a current bill for the amount & when the payment is due..
I Have Paid Off My Mortgage and Taxes had been Escrowed by My Mortgage Company. Who Do I Notify Regarding My Real Property Tax Bill?
You should email the City of Glen Cove (firstname.lastname@example.org) to request that future tax bills be sent directly to you. Make sure you give your correct mailing address and are advised when the next payment is due.
No. If taxes remain unpaid by the date of the tax lien sale (in June), the City Controller will sell the tax at auction to outside buyers. Those buyers would then hold a lien on your property. The City will acquire as a lien any tax that doesn’t sell.
The City’s website, www.glencove-li.us gives some basic tax information. Go to Departments and click Finance.