Board of Assessment Review (BOAR)
The purpose of the Board of Assessment Review (BOAR) is to hear formal complaints from property owners regarding the tentative assessment as filed on May 1 each year. The BOAR is comprised of five residents of the town of Penfield who have knowledge of real estate values in the town. The BOAR does not have jurisdiction over tax complaints.
Board of Assessment Review 2020
|Craig P. Schubmehl|
Grievance Day: Fourth Tuesday in May
The Board of Assessment Review meets once each year on the fourth Tuesday in May to hear resident grievances in relation to assessments. The meeting is held in the Penfield Town Hall Auditorium, 3100 Atlantic Avenue, Penfield, N.Y. The BOAR makes decisions based on evidence submitted by property owners to prove the value of the grieved property. Property owners are notified of the BOAR decision prior to July 1.
Applications will be available and accepted by the Assessor's Office as of May 1 each year. See Assessment Documents
Original applications must be completed and filed with the Board of Assessment Review on or before the meeting date. Applicants can choose to make an appointment to meet directly with the BOAR (typically 10 minutes) or have the BOAR review the application without a meeting.
Grievance Appointment Process
When requesting a grievance appointment, the Board of Assessment Review requires property owners to submit the original application, four copies of the application, and supporting documentation. Please note that faxed or emailed applications may not be substituted for the original application.
Schedule an Appointment