Be on the lookout: October 1, 2017 is the date for the first half 2017/18 school tax bill in Nassau County. If a protest, grievance, or complaint to the real estate tax assessment was filed in January 2016 (that’s right, 22 months ago), you might see a lower assessment on the tax bill. Of course, you might also see a higher tax rate.
If you do not receive the tax bill directly, go to: http://www.mynassauproperty.com, and check it out.
In Suffolk County, you will need to visit or call the individual town for your current assessment. Those higher taxes will come in the December bill.