How do I qualify for the Senior Exemption?
Taxpayers who are at least 65 years old on January 1, who have been the owner of record on their property for at least ten years prior to January 1, and who have occupied the property as their primary residence for at least ten consecutive years prior to January 1 may qualify for the Senior Exemption. The application is available in the ASSESSOR’S OFFICE, deadline is July 15th. Once you have applied and been approved, you do not need to reapply each year.

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1. When do you mail the tax notices?
2. When are taxes due?
3. Can I pay my taxes with a credit card or debit card?
4. Will you send my mortgage company a copy of my tax bill?
5. How are property taxes calculated?
6. How is the value determined on my property?
7. How often is property re-valued?
8. What is the difference between ‘Actual’ value and ‘Assessed’ value?
9. Who sets the tax rate or mill levy?
10. How do I qualify for the Senior Exemption?
11. When are the Foreclosure Sales?
12. Where are the Foreclosure Sales?