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The Board of Assessment Review is a quasi-judicial body charged with hearing complaints by Pine Plains propety owners about their assessments, and rendering impartial and objective determinations. Members of the Board of Assessment Review are appointed by the Pine Plains Town Board to five-year terms, and must have completed training offered by the Dutchess County Real Property Tax Service Agency as per procedures of the New York State Office of Real Property Tax Services.

New York State law requires all complaints to be filed on Form RP-524. This form must be submitted to the Assessor or to the Board of Assessment Review (via the Office of the Assessor) on or before the day designated by New York State as “Grievance Day”.  This form is available on the Assessors page.

The Board of Assessment Review strongly encourages all complainants to discuss their situation with the Assessor prior to Grievance Day.

Hearings on Grievance Day take place in the Pine Plains Town Hall:

Please note that there is a change in the date for Grievance Day in Pine Plains.  The BOARD OF ASSESSMENT REVIEW will be in attendance on Wednesday, May 29, 2024 during the following times:

5/29/24 between the hours of 2 p.m. and 4 p.m.

5/29/24 between the hours of 7 p.m. and 9 p.m.


Individuals with complaints with respect to the assessments are encouraged to contact the Assessors’ Office prior to Grievance Day to discuss their concerns and to see if an agreement can be reached.  If no agreement is reached, the written complaint shall be transmitted by the Assessors to the Board of Assessment Review on Grievance Day.

Town Hall, 3284 Route 199, (518) 398-7193 x 7

Complainants must be prepared to offer supporting evidence under oath.


Ann Noone

Matt Finley

Scott Chase

Town Board Liaison- Jeanine Sisco

Final Assessment Roll: