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New: Property Tax Estimate Tool

Interested in confirming what the new tax rate means for your City of Rochester home? Check out our new Homeowner Property Tax Estimate tool to get a more accurate estimate of your 2024 property tax bill! 

This tool estimates your new property tax by considering the City’s new, lower tax rate and the changes in your property values from the recent reassessment. 

Keep in mind, this new estimate does not include embellishments and does not reflect any New York State Tax Credits that you may receive. For more information on registering for a STAR Property Tax credit, visit

Please note, business and non-homestead property taxes cannot be calculated by this tool. Final property tax bills will be distributed upon City Council approval of the City’s 2024-25 Budget, in late June 2024.

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Watch the Mayor's 2024-25 Budget Presentation, delivered on May 10, 2024.


Budget Presentation Materials

Want to learn more about the City budget? Check out these short videos.

Director's Message

The Office of Management and Budget supports the City of Rochester’s Mission, Vision, and Values through the collection, analysis, and evaluation of data and by providing information, forecasts, and recommendations for the use of City resources with the goal of ensuring that limited resources are aligned with strategic priorities.

Fortunately, through sound business practices, the City has remained financially stable and continues to pursue ways to grow its tax base. Attracting new residents and businesses to the City of Rochester who will prosper benefits the entire Rochester community and advances Mayor Malik D. Evans' community-first compact to deliver hope and opportunity to the people of Rochester and build a bridge to a future of prosperity for all city stakeholders.

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Suzanne Warren, Director
Office of Management and Budget