May 1st: 2019 Tentative Roll published and available to public
*Grievance Applications will also be available in the Assessor's Office beginning on May 1st or online at NYS Tax & Finance
The Assessor will have hours by appointment throughout the month of May to discuss tentative assessments. Call the Assessor's Office for an apointment after May 1st.
May 24th: Grievance applications are due in the Assessor's Office by Noon.
May 30th: Grievance Day 4pm - 8pm (NEW DATE)
July 1st: 2019 Final Roll published and available to the public
Effective tday, you can now renew your dog's license online! You must have a current rabies certificate on file. Payment can be made either by credit/debit card or electronic check. Please note that convenience fees will apply.
Use the link on the bottom of the list in the "Quick Links" box to the right of the website. You will be brought to an outside website. Please enter your dog's license number and your last name. Verify that all of yours and your dog's information is correct. Please allow one week for processing and your new license will be mailed to you.
Stuyvesant is located in the northwest corner of Columbia County on the eastern bank of the Hudson River. It is bordered by Rensselaer County to the north, the Town of Kinderhook to the east, and the Town of Stockport to the south.
A town of approximately 2,300 people, Stuyvesant is an agricultural community dotted with single family residences and small businesses. The predominance of farming within the community has left its rural character much the same as it's been for over the last 100 years. Stuyvesant's bucolic landscape belies the fact that it is located less than 20 miles south of the state capital of Albany, New York. Centrally located in the state and the region, the town is approximately two and a half hours from both New York City and Boston.