Tax Collector

Tax Collector
Chrissy Briggs

10 Reservoir Dr.
Millbrook, NY 12545

Phone: (845) 677-3419 ext 101
Fax: (845) 677-2085

Deputy Tax Collector
Natalie Thorpe

10 Reservoir Dr.
Millbrook, NY 12545

Phone: (845) 677-3419 ext 114
Fax: (845) 677-2085

Office Hours

Monday - Friday
9:00am - 12:30pm
1:30pm - 3:00pm

View Your Tax Bill On-Line

You can view & pay your tax bill on-line by clicking on the image below! You may also download a receipt for a previous year.

General Information

The Tax Office is responsible for the collection of property taxes which includes Town, County, Library and Fire Protection.  If school or village taxes are unpaid they will be included in the property tax bill. Please note that the town hall does not handle any village or school taxes directly.

For question's about school taxes please contact Amy Cross with Millbrook Central School Disctrict at 845-677-4200 x1105.

For question's about village taxes please contact Sarah Witt at The Village Hall at 845-677-3939 option 2.

Tax Payment Schedule

The tax bill covers the period of January 1 – December 31st.

  • January 1st – February 28th: No interest
  • March 1st – March 31st: 2% Interest
  • April 1st – April 30th: 3% Interest
  • May 1st – May 31st: 4% interest, plus additional $2.00 Fee
  • June 1st: The Tax Collector stops accepting payments in the office. Be advised that all deliquent tax bills will need to be paid through Dutchess County Real Property (845) 486-2025.
  • If the due date falls on a weekend, the payment time period is extended to the Monday immediately following the due date.
  • Payments Received After the Due Date:  New York State Real Property Tax Law Section 922 states that "The failure to mail any such statements, or the failure of the address to receive the same, shall not in any way affect the validity of the taxes or interest prescribed by law and respect thereto."
  • A postage meter postmark is NOT a postmark made by the Inited States Post Office and, therefore, it is not within the providions of Real Property Tax Law, Section 925.  Payments cannot be deemed timely because of a postage meter postmark date on an envelope containing tax payment (Op. State Compt. 69-170).
  • If taxes are not received until after due date, they are not paid until after the due date unless they fall squareky within the provisions of Section 925 of the Real Property Tax Law (quoted above) and the penalty must be added and collected and no town employee or official can waive the penalty (OP. State Compt. 68-626).

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