Legal Deadline for Filing of Late Exemption Claims
Deadline for filing of Late exemption claims, such as:
- Homeowner's Exemption
- Disabled Veterans
If homeowner's exemption claim form is is filed before February 15, applicant will receive 100% of the exemption amount. If filed between February 16 and December 10, applicant may receive the lesser of $5,600 or 80% of the taxable value of their property.
For more information on exemptions please see the State board of Equalization at:
For the Homeowner's Exemption claim form
Disabled Veterans Exemption:
To receive 100% of the basic or low-income exemption as of the date the claimant or the property qualifies, the initial claim must be filed between the date of qualification and on or before the next following january 1, or 90 days after the date the date of qualification, whichever is later.
For the low-income exemption only, a claim must be filed with your county assessor each year. Following the initial claim, subsequent annual filing periods are as follows:
- January 1 - February 15= 100% of the exemption
- February 16 - December 10= 90% of the exemption
- After December 10= 85% of the exemptions
For the Disabled Veteran's Exemption claim form
Frequently Asked Question of the Day
- If land has been drawn as two or more separate assessor’s parcels, does that mean that those APN's can each be separately transferred, sold, leased, financed or developed ?
If an overall area of land has been drawn and numbered as two or more separate assessor’s parcels on the assessor’s maps, does that fact alone mean that those separate assessor’s parcels can each be separately transferred, sold, leased, financed or developed ?
No. Depending on where the land is located, the city’s or county’s building, planning and/or community development department has primary authority to determine if any specific area of land can be separately transferred, sold, leased, financed or developed.
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