Renewal & Status Change Requirements

Once you have been approved for the exemption program, you will be required to submit a renewal application every four years.  The Assessor's Office maintains a renewal schedule and will mail those applications in February of the required tax year.  (Click HERE for the 2017 Renewal Application)

 

During the years between your renewal applications, if you have changes that would affect your exemption status, you are required to notify the Assessor's Office by completing a Status Change Form.  (Click HERE for the Status Change Form)

 

Changes in status include:

*Death of claimant.

*Change in marital status

*Move to a different primary residence that you own

*Move to another home, nursing home or assisted living facility – even if temporary

*Sale or transfer of the primary residence

*Do not physically occupy the primary residence for more than 6 months during a calendar year

*Change in disability status (no longer disabled or have entered into gainful employment)

*Change in income - ONLY if it will affect the exemption status you are currently receiving.  This includes an annual income increase or decrease that puts you into a different category OR increases your annual income over the $40,000 limit.