Residential Exemption: Lowers the taxable value of the property up to $6,000. To qualify for this exemption, a homeowner must live in the home on or before Jan. 1 of the tax year.
Senior Exemption: Lowers the taxable value of the property up to $5,000. To qualify for this exemption, a homeowner must have lived in the home and reached 65 years of age during the tax year.
Senior Freeze: Freezes the assessed value on your property. To qualify for this exemption, a homeowner must apply and establish age, ownership and residency and have a total household income of $55,000 or less.
Disabled Veteran: Returning veteran exemption provides an annual reduction in the assessed value of the primary residence occupied by a disabled veteran each year depending on the percentage of the veteran's service-connected disability.
Disability Exemption: Provides an annual $2,000 reduction in the assessed value of the property owned and occupied on Jan. 1 of the assessment year by the disabled person who is liable for the payment of the property taxes.
Returning Veteran Exemption: Provides a one-time $5,000 reduction in the assessed value of the veteran's primary residence for the taxable year that the veteran returns from active duty in an armed conflict involving the armed forces of the United States.
Home Improvement Exemption: Homestead improvement exemption provides an exemption of up to $25,000 of assessment increase because of home improvement.