Alan McIlroy was born in Elmira, NY and raised in Tyrone, NY. He has worked in the Real Property Tax Office since 2016 and has been the Assessor for the towns of Hector, Catharine, and Montour Falls since January of 2018. Alan’s top priority in serving the town and county is to make sure that each taxpayer is assessed as fairly as possible to ensure equitable tax rolls. For the four years between graduating from SUNY Geneseo and working for the town, he worked in the construction industry in Hector. He has been married since 2017, is currently a member of the Burdett Fire Department, and in his free time enjoys being outdoors, hunting and hiking with his dog. Phone: Wed. (607) 546-5286 ext. 231; Mon. Tues. Thurs. Fri: (607) 535-8118
The Real Property Tax Service oversees the equitable administration of the real property tax.
Duties of the Assessor
The Assessor does not assess a tax. The Assessor's legal responsibility is to determine the fair market value of your property, so that the tax burden can be fairly and equitably distributed. The amount of taxes you pay is determined by a Tax Rate applied to your property's Assessed Value. Continue reading here...