2016 tax rates increase in Nassau County

Tax rates for residential properties in individual school districts and authorities in Nassau County went up an average 4.86 percent between the 2015 and 2016 tax year, while the total value of assessments for those properties went down 1.75 percent, according to data received from Nassau County.

The rate is multiplied by a percentage of the home's assessed value to determine the taxes owed. Here are the breakdowns by individual district, provided by Nassau County. No rates are given for Glen Cove because the city sets its own. Data posted Dec. 22, 2015.



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