New York City Tax Year

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The property tax fiscal year is July 1 to June 30. Property tax bills are due either two or four times a year depending on the assessed value of the property.

If property’s assessed value is:

Less than $250,000, bills are mailed quarterly More than $250,000, bills are mailed semi-annually
Quarterly Payment Due Dates Quarterly Payment Grace Periods Semi-Annual Payment Due Dates
July 1 July 15 July 1
October 1 October 15
January 1 January 15 January 1
April 1 April 15

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