City of Oneida Assessors Office

Lonnie Stedman, City Assessor

Mailing Address:
City of Oneida Assessors Office
109 N. Main St.
Oneida, NY 13421

(315) 363-7579 Fax: (315)363-9558

  • Office Hours: 8:00 – 4:00 Mon. – Thurs; 8:00 – 3:30 Friday

City of Oneida Real Property Data

What to do if you do not agree with your assessment            

Get Current Property Assessment Information

HOW TO USE THIS SITE:  This site will provide general information about the assessment process. The links above will take you to information about property inventory, photos, assessments, sales, and search capabilities. Tax Assessment Parcel Maps are a visual inventory of real property for assessment purposes. The maps are based on information contained in recorded legal documents. The maps themselves are not intended to, and do not, determine actual property ownership boundaries on the ground.

Questions  on how to use our interactive mapping Web site or comments please contact the City of Oneida Assessors Office.

The City of Oneida Assessor’s office is located on the main level of the Municipal Building at 109 N. Main St.

Our office hours are 8:30 AM to 4:00 PM, Monday through Thursday, and 8 AM to 3:30 PM on Friday’s

Telephone: (315) 363-7579   E-mail: mailto:lstedman@oneidacity.com

The Assessor is responsible for establishing assessments on all real property within the City of Oneida. If you feel our office does not have the most current or accurate information please notify us so changes can be made.

Tax Rates are a function of the amount of money to be raised by each tax levying entity.  The county budget is established legislatively then apportioned between each municipality according to their total property wealth as determined by the assessment process on the local level.  The total Taxable Value is then divided by the municipality’s share of the levy and a Tax Rate is calculated.

City of Oneida Tax Rates can be found on Madison County’s Website
To calculate City taxes for Individual Properties

  1. Obtain the assessment from your local assessor
  2. Divide that assessment by 1,000
  3. Multiply the  resultant by the sum of tax rates for that jurisdiction where the property is located
  4. Follow similar process for estimating school taxes. 

Note:  These rates do not allow for exemptions and are therefore used to calculate full taxable value only.  Tax Rates are listed per $1,000 assessed valuation unless otherwise specified.  If you have any questions on using these charts, please contact the City Assessor’s office.

Important Links:

http://www.tax.ny.gov/

http://www.nyassessor.com/


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