County-Wide Shared Services Initiative
Reducing Property Taxes and Lowering Costs of Local Government
The County-Wide Shared Services Initiative (CWSSI) generates property tax savings by enabling collaboration between local governments across the state.
The CWSSI expands on New York State’s ongoing commitment to reduce property taxes and modernize local government services by fostering new shared services and enhancing the existing collaborations already in place.
The Department of State offers several comprehensive programs to incentivize and aiding local government efficiencies.
Questions or to learn more: Email County-Wide Share Services
How It Works
The Chief Executive Official of each county, excluding NYC, will:
View the shared services plans that counties have submitted for 2017, 2018 and 2019.
See how efforts to increase local government efficiency work across New York State.
Learn the steps to take to facilitate the creation of the County-Wide Shared Services Plan.
Find fillable forms, guidance materials & resources, including materials from the Rockefeller Institute of Government & the Maxwell School of Citizenship & Public Affairs at Syracuse University.