Veterans & Disabled Persons

There are multiple ways that veterans and/or disabled persons can save money on their property taxes, find out more information on the following pages.
  1. Homestead Exemption for Persons with Disabilities

    This exemption lowers the equalized assessed value of your property by $2,000, and may be claimed in addition to the Homestead Limited Exemption and the Senior Citizen's Homestead Exemptions, if applicable.

  2. Disabled Veterans Exemption

    Under this program, up to $100,000 of the equalized assessed value of a home owned by a qualifying veteran, or the veteran's spouse, or unmarried surviving spouse is exempt from property taxes.

  3. Returning Veterans Exemption

    This exemption lowers the equalized assessed value of the veterans principal residence by $5,000 for two consecutive assessment (tax) years. This would include the tax year and the following year that the veteran returns from active duty in an armed conflict involving the armed forces of the United States.

  4. Standard Exemption for Veterans with Disabilities

    This exemption provides a reduction in equalized assessed value (outlined below) of a primary residence occupied by a veteran with a disability, or the veteran's surviving spouse