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Barbara Draggett 
Assessor Clerk 
(585) 533-2330
(585) 533-9346
5977 East Henrietta Road, Rush NY 14543

Office Hours

Assessor: Tuesdays: 8:30am - 12:30pm, Wednesday evenings by appointment
Assessor Clerk: Tuesday and Thursday, 8:30 am - 4:30 pm
                          Friday 8:30am-12:30pm

Forms & Documents

For more information on filing and scheduling a formal grievance for 2023

  pdf 2023 Fact Sheet on Formal Assessment Grievances

  pdf 2023 Rush Tentative Roll

The Assessor's office maintains a current assessment roll, where each assessed value represents a unified percentage of market value. The assessment roll is prepared annually, through analysis of real estate market conditions and maintenance of property ownership records.

Property owners can challenge their assessments either informally or formally. If you believe your property is over-assessed, you can request an inspection. A physical inspection will be conducted and your assessment may be adjusted for the next assessment roll. There is a more formal process, where property owners can present their case to the Board of Assessment Review, which holds its annual meetings beginning on the fourth Tuesday each May. 

Assessments vs. Taxes:  What's the difference? In 2021 we conducted a community-wide reassessment.  For more information on the assessment,    pdf F act Sheet on the 2021 Town Wide Reassessment. The Town of Rush completed a cyclical townwide reassessment process in 2021.  It has been eight years since the last community-wide reassessment. The purpose of the reassessment is to ensure that all properties are assessed fairly at a uniform level of assessment. Residents are encouraged to watch this informative video to help explain how the reassessment process works.


To find and review past year assessment rols, please go to the Assesor's Section of the folder Document Center 

Exemptions The Assessor's office also maintains all the tax exemptions (except Basic STAR exemption) which may be allocated to your property. Forms for these exemptions are available at the Assessor's office or you may print them out directly from your computer by clicking on them below.  Note: All exemption forms are due on or before March 1st.

STAR Exemptions: Basic STAR applications are no longer processed in the Assessor's Office.  Please visit to register for the STAR credit. The New York State Department of Taxation and Finance is requiring anyone who receives the Enhanced Star exemption to participate in a mandatory Income Verification Program.  Please submit the RP-425-IVP to the Assessor’s Office by March 1salong with your renewal application (RP-425-Rnw) or with a new application (RP-425-E) for the Enhanced STAR exemption.

New:  Volunteer Firefightes and Ambulance Workers Tax Exemption 
  pdf Volunteer Firefighters and Ambulance Workers Tax Exemption RP466k fill in

If you have any questions regarding Exemption applications please contact our office at 585-533-2330 or email assessorThis email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


Assessor's Office FAQ

The local Assessor's Office can assist you.  These are a few key points:

There is no cost to grieve an assessment.

Use Form RP-524 Complaint on Real Property Assessment to grieve your assessment. The form is available from the NYS Tax website ( or from your assessor's office or the Assessor Department page.