The Tax Office is open to the Public.
There is also a slot in the Tax Office door at 300 Pantigo Place suite 106 where payments can be dropped off and receipts will be mailed. 2021-2022 Tax Bills went out in the mail on 12/17/2021. First half was due January 10th without penalty and second half is due May 31st.
Property Tax Payment Options During COVID-19
Payments are due to the Town without penalty for first half payment by January 10, 2022. Any payments post marked after May 31, 2022 will be forwarded to the Suffolk County Comptroller.
Drop Off In Mail Slot At Office Door
Tax Receiver’s office, 300 Pantigo Place, Suite #106, East Hampton, New York 11937. We are open Monday-Friday 9am-4pm. We have a mail slot in our door where you can drop your payment off and we will mail you a receipt.
Pay by Mail- with a check
Mail to the Tax Receiver using the enclosed envelope, which is addressed PO Box 5670, Hauppauge 11788 or Tax Office 300 Pantigo Place, Suite 106, East Hampton, NY 11937. Must be postmarked for first half payment by January 10, 2022. Second half payment is due by May 31, 2022. We strongly recommend that you send your payment by Certified Mail.
Pay Online- with a credit card
Click on link and go to Pay My Taxes Online. There will be a service charge for credit cards 2.30%
Pay by Phone- with a credit card
Call the Tax Receiver’s office at (631) 324-2770. There will be a service charge for credit cards 2.30%
Pay at Dime Bank-with cash or a check
Walk-in to your local Dime Bank during normal business hours.
Drop off payment in the drop box at the Montauk Playhouse
240 Edgemere St, Montauk, New York 11954.
The Receiver of Taxes is responsible for the preparation, distribution and payment of more than 24,000 property tax bills in the Town of East Hampton. Taxes collected are distributed to the following East Hampton funds:
- Town funds
- Fire districts
- School and library districts
- Lighting districts
- Water districts
- Special Use districts
Please refer to the Related Documents below for answers to frequently asked questions concerning your property tax bill.