(ONLY source for sketches)
Vision Government Solutions is the company that does the CAMA (Computer Assisted Mass Appraisal) modeling for the Town's annual assessments. Since there are approximately 11,100 parcels in the Town of Rye, annual valuation updates are not done on a parcel-by-parcel basis, but by modeling known as "mass appraisal." Mass appraisal is the process of valuing a group of properties as of a given date using common data, standardized methods, and statistical testing (IAAO [1990, chapter 5). Increases or decreases in assessments of a neighborhood or group of properties is done systematically by applying real estate market trends based upon the town’s property sales.
The Vision Property Data (link on right) provides the most recent information (or "inventory") about your property such as year built, square footage, building attributes, site size, land use, etc. It also provides a photo and the most recent sketch.
Although you can find OWNERSHIP information on the Vision Data Search, the most update and complete ownership information can be found on the SDG Imagemate Property Data Search.
Vision does not provide EXEMPTION information.
(ONLY source for exemptions AND historic property cards, best source for ownership, assessed values, and multiple photos)
System Development Group's Imagemate Online is linked to the Assessment Office's NYS RPSV4 assessment administration database.
For the most recent and complete OWNERSHIP information visit the SDG link.
Great News! The Imagemate Online data is automatically updated every business day with the most recent owner and mailing address information.
It will also provide you with:
(Best source for tax maps)
CAI Technologies is the Town's tax map maintenance company and their site has the most recent tax map information. Parcels can be searched by owner, address or parcel ID (section/block/lot):
After typing part of the address into the search bar and clicking the [Find Address] button, you will see the tax map for the specific parcel:
Other map layers are available. Some of the other maps include contour, community facilities, FEMA (flood), sewer, school, water district, fire district, and more.
To confirm what school district a parcel is located in, it is recommended to call the school district to confirm (school districts are listed on the Our Jurisdictions page).
Flood maps may also be searched on FEMA website: https://msc.fema.gov/portal
CAI also has measuring tools and individual tax maps can be easily printed.
If you find there is a discrepancy in your inventory or sketch, please be sure to contact us as soon as possible, as it is extremely important that we have accurate information.
Depending on the browser you are using, you normally can search a .pdf document by clicking [Edit] and [Find]. In the find box type in part of an owner name (last name only is recommended) OR part of an address (street number plus first 4+ letters of street name).
The more information you put in the find box, the more restrictive the search, the less likely you will find what you are looking for. Do not include street, drive, circle, place, etc. in the street name.
IMPORTANT: For streets names preceded by north, south, east or west, be sure to include "N.", "S.", "E.", or "W." in front of the street name.
Streets with such directionals include:
N. Barry Avenue
N. Main Street
N. Regent Street
N. Ridge Street
N. Wagner Avenue
S. Barry Avenue
S. Main Street
S. Regent Street
S. Ridge Street
E. Boston Post Road
W. William Street
W. Glen Avenue