What is the Homeowner's Property Tax Exemption?

The Homeowner's Exemption reduces the taxable value of your primary residence and up to one acre of land by  50% or up to $125,000, whichever is less.  To qualify, the home must be owner-occupied and be your primary residence more than six months out of the year.  This application is accepted year round and can be found on our website or in the Assessor's Office.

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1. What is an occupancy tax?
2. Can I see a map of my property?
3. How are the taxes on my property determined?
4. What does the category on my assessment notice mean?
5. How does the Assessor determine the value on my property?
6. If my assessed home values drop, will my property taxes do the same?
7. What is the Homeowner's Property Tax Exemption?
8. Is there a program that can help with paying my property taxes?