Town of
2018 Ava Final Assessment Roll Available
July 08, 2018

The Town of Ava's 2018 Final property asssessment roll is available here:

A printed copy is on file with the Town Clerk, available during her office hours.

Any quesrtions may be addressed to the Assessor at: or (315)794-4475


Open Positions
February 28, 2018

The Town of Ava currently has an open position on both the BAR (Board of Assesment Review) and the ZBA (Zoning Board of Appeals)

If interested please contact Town Clerk Jeannie Dano @ or by phone at Town Hall 315-942-5669 Home 315-942-4638

Public Hearing on Local Law #1 of 2018
January 30, 2018
Public Hearing The Ava Town Board will hold a Public Hearing on Local Law #1 of 2018. The Law provides for the continuation of the Veterans Cold War Exemption, which is an exemption on property taxes. By state regulation, this exemption was originally for a 10-year term, but can now be extended permanently by the assessor for the life of the qualifying veteran. This exemption ended this year but can be reinstated at the Town’s discretion. The meeting will be held on Tuesday, February 13,2018 at 7:15 P.M. The meeting will be held at Ava Town Hall, 11468 State Rt. 26, Ava, NY 13303. The public is invited to make comments at the meeting, or if unable to attend may send comments to the Ava Town Clerk, PO Box 68, Ava NY 13303 no later than Feb 8, 2018, so that are received by the meeting. Jeannie Dano, Ava Town Clerk Dated: Jan 30, 2018
Town of Ava Park Grant
December 13, 2017

The Town of Ava has been awarded the following grants for the construction of The Ava Town Park.

$251,191.00 from New York State Parks and Recreation

$50,000.00 Secured by Senator Joseph Griffo 

Our Thanks to All Those Who Helped and Supported To Make This A Reality!

Please see Parks and Recreation Tab on this page for additional information. 


2018 Tentative Budget
October 24, 2017

A Message From the Assessor Regarding Dilapidated Structures
May 03, 2013

A concern was expressed recently by a property owner who feared that improving his property by removing an unused dilapidated building would result in an increase in the property's assessment.  Actually, the opposite is true. 


A parcel's total assessed value is arrived at by assigning a value to the land, and also to each and every structure or improvement on the parcel, and then totalling all of them.  While a dilapidated building may not have a lot of value in the assessor's eyes, it is a structure, and some value is assigned to it. By removing the structure, the property owner then gives the assessor the ability to totally remove the structure's listing on the tax roll, thereby removing that value from the total assessment.