Town of Huntington taxpayers are urged to pay property taxes by mail and other alternative payment methods to avoid waiting in long lines in the cold outdoors at Huntington Town Hall as the tax payment wait will be limited to three (3) people indoors; parking will be reserved for taxpayers.
“Recognizing the risk presented to the community by Covid, we are asking residents to make plans to pay their taxes by mail, by dropping the payment in an envelope in the black box outside of Town Hall labeled ‘Tax Payments Only,’ or by paying online or by phone by visiting https://www.
“Many of our residents who pay in person are elderly and in the high-risk groups for COVID-19,” said Supervisor Chad A. Lupinacci. “We are under strict guidance from New York State. While these measures ensure your safety, it will result in long lines outdoors, so it would be best to pay by mail, by placing your payment in an envelope for drop-off in the Tax Receiver’s mailbox outside of Town Hall, by phone or online.”
Property tax bills are scheduled to be mailed out in mid-December, after the Town receives the Tax Warrant from Suffolk County; the first half-payment will be due January 10, 2021.
Taxpayers are encouraged to use these payment methods for their health and safety and to avoid waiting on long lines outdoors: Payment by Mail: U.S. Postmark is used to determine payment timeliness. Mail payments to: Jillian Guthman, Receiver of Taxes, 100 Main Street, Huntington, NY 11743-6990; your cancelled check is your receipt however if you would like a receipt from the Office of the Receiver of Taxes, please include your entire statement with your payment; Envelope Drop-Off in Black Mailbox at Town Hall: Residents may continue to utilize the black mailbox to the left of the main entrance to Town Hall labeled “Tax Payments Only” to drop off tax payments in an envelope. Do not leave cash in the box; Pay Online at https://www.
Questions may be directed to (631) 351-3217 or JGuthman@HuntingtonNY.gov.