The City of Clarence-Rockland has again extended the deadline for payment of property taxes to help provide some financial relief to local homeowners and business owners during the COVID-19 pandemic situation.
The City of Clarence-Rockland has again extended the deadline for payment of property taxes to help provide some financial relief to local homeowners and business owners during the COVID-19 pandemic situation.

CR tax payment deadline deferred again

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The City of Clarence-Rockland is once again postponing the deadline on property tax payments to help homeowners and business owners get through the pandemic situation.

City council approved a proposal during its Wednesday (May 20) teleconference session to again push back the date for property tax payments and water supply fees that were due on April 30. The payment due date is now June 30 this year.

Council also approved a recommendation to suspend all property tax arrears notices and property tax sales procedures until July of this year.

Local property owners who are already enrolled in a monthly preauthorized payment plan for their property taxes and/or water service fees will see no changes in the scheduled withdrawals for those payments. The tax payment withdrawal will continue on the first day of the month and the water fee payment withdrawal on the 15th day of the month.

Property owners enrolled in the installment preauthorized payment plan for their taxes and water will still see those payment withdrawals take place May 31 this year.