Tax Collector - Darlene G. Schweikert

Phone: 716-592-4948    Fax: 716-592-0123

Darlene G. Schweikert, Town Clerk

Stephanie A. Bacon, Deputy Town Clerk

Mon/Tues, Thurs/Fri 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Wed 9 a.m. to noon

Summer Hours: (From Memorial Day to Labor Day)
Mon/Tues, Thurs/Fri 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.; Wed 9 a.m. to noon

 The office is closed for the following holidays:  New Year's Day, Martin Luther King Day, President's Day, Good Friday (close at 12 noon), Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Columbus Day, Thanksgiving Day, Veteran's Day, Christmas Eve Day (close at 12 noon), Christmas Day, New Year's Eve Day (close at 12 noon) and New Year's Day.  When the holiday falls on a Saturday, the holiday will be on the immediately preceding Friday; if the holiday should fall on a Sunday, the holiday will be on the immediately following Monday.

To Obtain OnLineTax Information:



You can now pay your County taxes with credit card payments. A service fee applies. 2.75% of amounts over $64 or a minimum charge of $1.75 if under $64. E-Checks are also accepted. An access fee of $2.50 is charged for transactions under $1,999.99. For transactions between $2,000.00 and $3,999.99 the access fee is $5.00.


To Obtain Springville Griffith Institute School Tax Information OnLine:

"Springville Griffith Institute Tax Information"


How to obtain tax receipts:

Tax receipts may be obtained online on our website: "Town of Concord"

Your request for tax receipts can also be faxed to our office at (716)592-0123 or by mail. The mailing address: Town of Concord Clerk's Office, PO Box 368, Springville, NY 14141.

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County Tax Collection:

The Town Clerk's Office collects the Town and County Taxes. The tax bills are sent out by February 15th of each year and are due by March 15th of each year. Payments can be made through the mail or in person at our office during regular business hours. The Town Clerk can collect taxes through June 30th of each year and then the tax rolls go to the County of Erie for collection. Credit card payments are accepted for the payment of taxes; however, service fees apply.

The County of Erie has a website to review prior year taxes. For additional information, visit the website: "Erie County Real Property Tax Department"

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Partial Payments:

Partial payments are accepted. After the due date, penalty and interest will be applied to the unpaid balance according to the penalty schedule located on the back of the tax bill.

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Drop Box Use:

The tax office does accept tax payments via the drop box located at the front door entrance of the Town Hall. This drop box is cleared of all payments at midnight (12:00 a.m. on the 15th of March for those paying taxes without penalty. 

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To avoid penalties, taxes must be paid by March 15th. Mailed payments are accepted without penalty if the envelope has a United States Postal Service postmark of the 15th of the month. There can be no exceptions given. This is enforced by New York State Real Property Law. Penalties are assessed as described on the back of the respective tax bills.

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End of Tax Collection:

County taxes can be accepted at the Town Clerk's Office through June 30th of each year. All payments after these dates must be forwarded to the following address:

Erie County Real Property
Director of Budget, Mgt and Finance
95 Franklin Street
Suite 100
Buffalo, NY 14202
(716) 858-8333

The County of Erie has a website to review prior year taxes. For additional information, visit the website: "Erie County Real Property Tax Department"

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School and Village Taxes:

The Town Clerk's Office does not collect the Village of Springville tax or the School tax. To obtain Village of Springville tax information, please call (716) 592-4936. To obtain Springville Griffith Institute School tax information, please call (716) 592-3207.

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Campaign to Combat Zombie Properties:

New York State Assemblyman Kearns is asking our assistance in increasing Albany's awareness of the foreclosure crisis in our neighborhood. We can all take action in appealing to the banks to act responsibly and fairly towards their neighbors by filing a complaint with the New York State Department of Financial Services.

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