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Personal Tax Exemptions


Personal Exemptions Application for FY24 is unavailable as the due date April 1, 2024


Personal Exemptions Application for FY25 will be available June 1, 2024. 

Homeowners may reduce their property tax bill if they qualify for a personal exemption. 


The personal exemption form has changed for this online application.  The Assessing department has combined the previous multiple applications into one with the intent of ensuring that qualified applicants receive the maximum benefit they are entitled.  This streamlined single application will help to ensure that you will receive the exemption that most reduces your tax bill if you qualify for more than one personal exemption.


Personal exemptions include:

  • Blind,
  • Veterans,
  • Elderly 41C-65 years or older with income and asset requirements,
  • Elderly 17D-70 years Surviving Spouse or Minor Child of Deceased Parent, with asset restrictions or
  • CPA exemption with income restrictions

The personal exemption uses July 1st for determining the ownership and occupancy requirements for each fiscal year.



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