STAR exemption amounts for school year 2022–2023: Rensselaer County
|Municipality||Enhanced exemption||Basic exemption||Date certified|
|City of Rensselaer||$16,180||$6,480||4/7/2022|
|City of Troy||$63,290||$25,350||4/7/2022|
|Town of Berlin||$20,820||$8,340||4/7/2022|
|Town of Brunswick||$17,600||$7,050||4/7/2022|
|Town of East Greenbush||$72,400||$29,000||4/7/2022|
|Town of Grafton||$71,870||$28,790||4/7/2022|
|Town of Hoosick||$74,900||$30,000||4/7/2022|
|Town of Nassau||$53,550||$21,450||4/7/2022|
|Town of North Greenbush||$15,920||$6,380||4/7/2022|
|Town of Petersburgh||$46,250||$18,530||4/7/2022|
|Town of Pittstown||$44,380||$17,780||4/7/2022|
|Town of Poestenkill||$16,850||$6,750||4/7/2022|
|Town of Sand Lake||$68,160||$27,300||4/7/2022|
|Town of Schaghticoke||$16,100||$6,450||4/7/2022|
|Town of Schodack||$67,220||$26,930||4/7/2022|
|Town of Stephentown||$74,900||$30,930||4/7/2022|
The above exemption amounts were determined using the latest data available. As more current data becomes available these exemptions are subject to change.
If in the future a revised exemption is determined which is five percent or more different than the exemption indicated, a new exemption will be recertified to that municipality.
Any recertification will occur before the last date allowed by law for the levy of school taxes.