County Treasurer

2022 Budget Goals

  • Depending on the status of the State legislation barring foreclosures for COVID impacted properties, the hope is to get caught up with foreclosures that have been put on hold and ultimately return to the normal annual foreclosure schedule.
  • Continue working with Three+One to maximize the County’s interest earnings.
  • Continue to work with the Town Clerks who are utilizing the online tax payments and make this available to any other towns that are interested in setting this service up for their residents.
  • Issue bonds for the jail project which has a current estimated cost of $70 million.
  • Refund additional debt if the bond interest rate market continues to remain at very low rates.
  • Continue to support municipalities with their annual assessment projects.
  • Continue the in-house maintenance of the County’s tax maps and continue the collaborative effort with Orleans County Real Property in regards to the tax map maintenance contract.
  • Support the continued development of the GIS site.
  • Continued support of the online assessment information that has been made available to the public. Work with the vendor for the new PROS site to continue improving upon the tools available to the public on that website.
  • Continue to support and maintain the virtual desktops and server which houses all of Genesee County’s assessment data.
  • The State is still working with Tyler Technologies to implement a completely new software to replace RPSv4, which has been dubbed ACES (Assessment Community Enterprise System). The project has had significant delays over the years. Real Property staff will continue to monitor the development of the new system.