The Treasurer is the Village’s Chief Financial Officer and is responsible for all financial aspects of the Village.
John J. McNulty III, Treasurer email@example.com
20 Clinton Street
Green Island, NY 12183
Phone: (518) 273-2201
Fax: (518) 273-2235
Hours of operation: Monday through Friday, 9:00 AM to 12:30 PM and 1:30 to 4:30 PM.
Collection of Water and Sewer Rents:
Water and Sewer billings are calculated quarterly. Bills are mailed out during the first week of February, May, August and November, and are due by the end of each month. Payments may be made at the Village Office. Check or money order are preferred to cash payment, which is discouraged, but accepted. Please make separate checks payable to the Green Island Water Department and the Green Island Sewer Department and return the bottom portion of your bill with your payment. If you have any questions regarding your bill, please contact Lynn McGivern or Heather Gregory at 518-273-2201.
Water and Sewer rates are as follows, effective November 1, 2018:
Taxes- Frequently Asked Questions:
1) When are my taxes due?
Taxes are due by the close of business of the first business day of July. Taxes paid after the first business day in July are subject to interest and penalties.
2) Where can I pay my taxes?
Village Office, 20 Clinton Street, Green Island, NY 12183.
3) How can I pay my taxes?
Taxes may be paid by personal check, an official bank check or money order. Cash is discouraged but accepted. Checks should be made payable to the Village of Green Island.
4) May I pay my Village taxes in installments?
No, the entire tax bill (including delinquent water and sewer amounts) must be paid in one payment. Partial payments can’t be accepted. This is a state law requirement.
5) What should I do if I think there is an error in the taxable assessed value on my tax bill or if I have a question about an exemption (STAR, Veteran, etc.)?
Please contact Brad Canning, Village Assessor at (518) 273-2201.
6) How much penalty will I pay if I don’t pay my taxes by the first business day in July?
A 5% penalty is added for the first month plus an additional 1% for each month thereafter through October 31st. The penalty information is listed on the tax bill.
7) What happens if I don’t pay my taxes by November 1st?
Taxes that are not paid by November 1st are sent to Albany County for collection. You should contact Albany County at (518) 447-7071 to find out what is owed. The county immediately imposes an additional 7% penalty once the taxes are sent to them for collection.
8) What should I do if I don’t receive a tax bill?
You should contact Ted Koniowka, Village Tax Collector, immediately, at (518) 629-0368.
9) What are these other charges (re-levies) on my tax bill?
The Village re-levies delinquent water and sewer charges (more than 90 days past due) that are not paid by May 31.
10) What if I want to change the address my tax bill is sent to?
Please contact Bard Canning, Village Assessor at (518) 273-2201.