Clerks maintain and preserve important public records for a county or local government, including detailed local maps such as plat maps in Albany County, NY. These Albany County plat maps show the property boundaries in a neighborhood, including lots and their dimensions, boundary locations, streets and street numbers, and parcel numbers. These Albany County maps contain important information for prospective buyers who may be concerned about easements, rights of way, flood zones, and public access on a particular plot of land. Clerks often provide online access to plat maps.
Albany County Clerk Albany NY 112 State Street 12207 518-447-7168
Albany Presbytery Clerk Watervliet NY 601 5th Avenue 12189 518-273-3390
Berne Town Clerk Berne NY 1656 Helderberg Trl 12023 518-872-1448
Cohoes City Clerk Cohoes NY 97 Mohawk Street, Ste 1 12047 518-233-2140
Colonie Town Clerk Latham NY 534 New Loudon Road 12110 518-783-2734
Guilderland Town Clerk Altamont NY 5209 Western Avenue 12009 518-356-1980
New Scotland Town Clerk Slingerlands NY 2029 New Scotland Road 12159 518-439-4865
Ravena City Clerk Ravena NY 15 Russell Avenue 12143 518-756-2100
Watervliet Clerk Watervliet NY 2 15th Street 12189 518-270-3810
Recorders of Deeds maintain real estate ownership documents to ensure the accuracy of property, land, and property tax records in Albany County, NY. As part of this responsibility, Recorders of Deeds typically keep detailed Albany County plat maps. These maps show the subdivisions in a tract of land, including boundary locations, parcel and street numbers, property lines, and lot dimensions. Plat maps also include Albany County flood zones, easements, and rights of ways, as well as public access land. The Recorder of Deeds often provides public access to plat maps through its website.
Albany County Recorder of Deeds Albany NY 16 Eagle Street 12207 518-487-5100
Treasurers and Tax Collectors are responsible for collecting taxes at the local level and distributing these funds in Albany County, NY. In order to collect Albany County property taxes, the Treasurer and Tax Collector typically maintains maps covering its jurisdiction, including plat maps. These plat maps provide detailed information on a neighborhood or local area, including property boundaries and divisions, lot dimensions, parcel and street numbers, and land sizes. Albany County plat maps also contain important information for prospective buyers about flood zones, easements, rights of way, and public access. The Albany County Treasurer and Tax Collector may provide online access to plat maps on its website.
Albany County Treasurer's Office Albany NY 112 State Street 12207 518-447-7071
Albany Treasurer Albany NY 24 Eagle Street, Rm 109 12207 518-434-5036
Cohoes Treasurer Cohoes NY 97 Mohawk Street, Ste 2 12047 518-233-2111
Westerlo Tax Collector Westerlo NY 671 County Road 401 12193 518-797-3111
Assessors are responsible for determining the value of taxable property within Albany County, NY. These property assessments are used to levy property taxes. In addition, Albany County Assessors maintain detailed neighborhood maps that contain information about the properties. These plat maps include all the lots in a tract of land, boundary locations, street numbers, property lines, and lot dimensions. Albany County plat maps also show any easements or rights of way. Assessors are responsible for assigning a parcel number to each lot, which appears on the map. Plat maps may be available online through the Assessor's website.
Colonie Assessor Latham NY 534 New Loudon Road 12110 518-783-2718
Westerlo Assessor Westerlo NY 933 County Road 401 12193 518-797-9265