A Notice from the Tax Collector

Due to coronavirus concerns, Cheryl Brunet, interim tax collector for the Town of Tully, will not have office hours through the end of March.  She will be checking her voicemails and returning calls from residents.  If you need to pay your taxes, please send payment to:

 Tax Collector
Town of Tully
PO Box 736
Tully NY  13159

Tax Collector

The Tully Tax Collector’s Office will accept payments the last week of December. Tully property owners can visit Tax Lookup to find their tax bill online. Residents can expect their tax bill in the mail no later than January 1st. If you do not receive your tax bill by January 2, contact the tax collector’s office at (315) 696-4693, ext. 11. Residents are responsible for insuring that their taxes are paid on time.

Payments may be submitted in person during normal office hours or sent by mail to:

Tax Collector
PO Box 736
5833 Meetinghouse Rd.
Tully, NY 13159

If payment is postmarked December 31st or before, it will be accepted as current year received. Payments received by January 31st will be accepted with no penalty. Payments received between February 1st and March 1st are considered late and will be subject to a late penalty. Additional penalties will be applied at the first of each month.

Partial payments will be accepted as long as first payment is postmarked by January 31st.


When should I expect to receive my tax bill? Between December  22 and January 2.

How can I make a tax payment? Visiting the Tax Collector during open office hours or sending check by mail.

Did you receive my tax payment? Call tax collector’s office at (315) 696-4693 ext. 11

Can I have a receipt for my tax payment? Yes, either stop in or call to request a receipt by mail.

Can you change my address? Contact Tax Assessor’s office.

How do I grieve my taxes? Contact Tax Assessor’s office.

I want my assessment lowered, how can I do this? Contact Tax Assessor’s office.