- Q I have a problem
with my assessment. Who should I speak with?
- A Although we enter
Assessment Data for several of the nineteen Towns in Delaware County
your assessor is responsible for the assessment on your property,
any questions regarding assessment should be directed to your local
Contact Information for the names and phone
numbers of your Local Assessors)
- Q I would like to
file a deed in Delaware County. Where can I do this, and what is the
- A Deeds are filed in
County Clerks Office questions regarding filing costs and
policies should be directed to the
County Clerks Office.
- Q I have a survey or
legal document that shows a different acreage than the tax bill
shows. What should I do?
- A After surveys and
deeds are filed in the
County Clerks Office they automatically come to our office for
review by our mapping technicians, the appropriate changes will be
made to tax maps and forwarded to your Assessor. If this is a
document that is not filed but you wish to have it reviewed, we
suggest that you bring a copy to our office and ask the mapping
technicians to review it.
- Q How do I review other assessments in my Town?
- A A copy of your
Town Assessment Roll is on file at your local Town Hall and is
public information that you can view. Also, copies of the
assessment rolls for each of the nineteen towns in Delaware County
are available for viewing in the Real Property Tax Office at 111
Main Street • Suite 8. Additionally, this office has a RPSv4 public
terminal where Real Property data may be viewed. This file may be more
current than the assessment at your Town hall. Assessment
Rolls are also available for viewing online by clicking
Assessment Rolls under the Online
Resources Tab at Delaware
County's home page or on the menu tabs on this page.
- Q I would
like to see a flood map for a parcel within Delaware County.
Where do I get this information?
- A We suggest that
you call the
Delaware County Planning Board
- Q What Tax Sale
information may I get from your Office?
- A The
Delaware County Treasurer’s Office actually runs the Tax Sale
Auction, most all questions regarding the auction should be
addressed to the
Treasurer's Department (607) 832-5070. Our office
does provide individual tax maps of the parcels which are sold in
our office. Each year our office also produces a booklet of all the
tax sale parcels which is also sold in our office. See
Tax Sale Information.
- Q How do I order a
- A See the
Tax Mapping section of our web
- Q I would like to
change the mailing address for my tax bills. What should I do?
- A Read the section
(Change of Address) on our website and download the change of
address form as directed.
- Q I need a 911
Number for my parcel. Can you assign that?
- A No, the
Department of Emergency Services assigns the 911 number to your
parcel please call them at (607) 832-5600.