Treasurer

Peter J. Markou

Peter J. Markou, Treasurer

Greene County Treasurer
Greene County Office Building, 4th Floor
411 Main Street
Catskill, NY 12414

T. 518-719-3530
F. 518-719-3794
E. pmarkou@discovergreene.com

Diane Bartholomew
Director of Finance/Deputy Treasurer
E: dbartholomew@discovergreene.com
Thomas Tracey
Director of Administrative Services & Accounting
E: ttracey@discovergreene.com
Maria LaRosa, Esq.
Director of Taxes
T: 518-719-3527
General Tax Inquiries E: greenetaxinfo@discovergreene.com
Robin Schmitt
Payroll
E: rschmitt@discovergreene.com

The last day to submit payment for your January county/town tax bill to your Town is July 31st.  Please call your Town Tax Collector for more information.

If you purchased property at the annual County foreclosure auction held on September 11, 2013, you have until October 11, 2013 to pay the balance due.  You are also responsible to pay the current village and school tax.  Please call that village/school district as soon as possible for those tax bills.

Unpaid school and village taxes can be paid to the county treasurer’s office up to November 29.  Payments must be received in the office by that date; post mark will not be accepted.  Please bring/include a copy of your tax bill with your payment.  Remaining unpaid taxes will be relevied to your county/town tax bill sent out January 1.  

The Treasurer’s Office is responsible for recording and reporting the financial condition of the County in accordance with guidelines set forth by Generally Accepted Accounting Principles and directives of the New York State Office of the Comptroller and it is responsible for ensuring County compliance with pronouncements of the Government Accounting Standards Board.

In accordance with New York State Real Property Tax Law, it is responsible for the enforcement and collection of delinquent property and school taxes. The Treasurer’s office is also charged with maintaining internal controls and is at times accountable to the Office of the New York State Comptroller, the Internal Revenue Service and the agencies that provide the County with grant funds.

As steward of the public’s funds, it invests County funds securely and conservatively while at the same time maximizing interest earned. The Treasurer’s office is committed to implementing strong cyber security safeguards to provide protective coverage of the County’s financial assets. .
Additional services include the following:

  • The issuance of certificates of residence
  • The receipt and distribution of the mortgage tax to local municipalities.
  • The maintenance of bail funds.
  • The maintenance of court and trust fund monies.
  • Collection of delinquent tax payments.
  • The annual County Public Auction.
  • The issuance of financial statements.
  • Providing assistance in the preparation of the County’s annual financial audit.
  • Certifications for paid taxes for sub-divisions.
  • Processing the County Payroll.