STAR Credit Delivery Schedule
Note: Are you wondering why you received a property tax rebate check from New York State last year, but you haven’t received one this year?
You may be thinking of the homeowner tax rebate credit (HTRC) checks that we issued in 2022.
HTRC was a one-year program for 2022 only; you will not receive an HTRC check for 2023 or other years. The STAR program is separate from HTRC, and STAR benefits are granted in the form of either:
- a STAR exemption, which is a reduction on your school tax bill; or
- a STAR credit, which is paid to you by check or direct deposit.
You will continue to receive a STAR credit or STAR exemption, as long as you are qualified. Want to learn more about the STAR program? Visit our frequently asked questions.
The STAR Credit Delivery Schedule lookup provides the most recently updated information available for your area.
To use the lookup:
- Select Delivery Schedule lookup below.
- Choose the county you live in from the drop-down menu.
- Select your school district to view the information for your area.
- Select your town or city.
The lookup shows the date we began (or will begin) to mail STAR credit and eligibility letters to your area. Please allow five to ten business days for delivery. We cannot provide a specific issue date for your STAR credit.
If the delivery schedule indicates that STAR credits have been issued in your area, but you have not received yours, review your school property tax bill. (See examples.) If you received the STAR exemption on your bill, there is no further STAR benefit to receive this year. You are not eligible for the STAR credit in any year you receive a STAR exemption.
Looking for details about STAR or property tax relief credits you were already issued? See Property Tax Credit Lookup.
Note: The property tax relief credit has expired. Eligible homeowners received property tax relief credits in 2017, 2018, and 2019. However, by law, the program expired after 2019.