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The Towns of Clarkson and Sweden have long shared a variety of services in order to provide those services in the most cost-effective way.
As such, Clarkson has entered into an assessment agreement that will allow Sweden’s Assessor Tammy Baker and
Assistant to the Assessor Darla Emmerson to become Clarkson’s assessment team as well.

With a combined 39 years of assessment experience, Clarkson residents will receive the same great service that they are accustomed to.

Residents can meet with Tammy and Darla at the Sweden Town Hall at 18 State Street in Brockport, Monday – Friday from 9AM – 5PM, or call the office at 585 637-8683

Tammy Baker, Assessor IAO

Darla Emmerson, Assistant to the Assessor

Grievance Day and the Board of Assessment Review

The Board of Assessment Review is scheduled to hear complaints on Wednesday May 24th, 2023 between the hours of 2:00pm and 8:00pm at the Clarkson Kimball Lodge – 8000 Ridge Road, Clarkson, NY. Grievance appointments will be scheduled prior to this date, however 8:00pm on May 24th, 2023 is the last possible time that a Grievance application can be accepted at the Clarkson Kimball Lodge. Grievance applications will be accepted in person, via mail, or Town Hall drop box.

E-mailed forms will NOT be accepted

Filing Information and Form

Real Property Valuation

The Assessor estimates the value of real property in the Town of Clarkson for taxation purposes and prepares the annual assessment roll. On grievance Day, an assessment review board hears property owner complaints and may make adjustments to assessments.

To better understand Property Assessments please review this short video.

Additional Information:

Real Property Exemption Administration

All exemptions must be filed by March 1 which is Taxable Status Day. Common exemptions include senior citizen (aged), veterans, agricultural, non-profit, clergy, and persons with disabilities and limited income.


Available to all persons who own and live in a one, two or three-family residence, condominium or mobile home cooperative.


Available to persons age 65 or older. The property must be the primary residence and household income (income of all owners and owner’s spouses who reside on the property) must not exceed the maximum income allowed for the specified year. For the most current eligibility requirements follow the link for the new or renewal Star Application or contact the assessor. This exemption must be renewed each year by March 1.

Additional Information

NYS Department of Taxation and Finance: The State Office of Real Property Services carries out the policies and programs of the State Board.

New York State Assessors’ Association: NYSAA is an organization dedicated to the education and professional advancement of the assessment community in the State of New York.