How do I apply for a five year property tax abatement?

You can apply for a 5-year property tax abatement if your house is 20 years old or older and the house is 1500 square feet or less prior to the addition.

If you meet these qualifications, you must fill out an application in the Tax Assessor's Office.

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1. Am I eligible for the Disability/Surviving Spouse Deduction?
2. Am I eligible for the Senior Citizen/Surviving Spouse Deduction?
3. Am I eligible for the Veteran/Widow of a Veteran Deduction?
4. Do property tax deductions get charged back when a property is sold?
5. If I am eligible for the Disability/Surviving Spouse Deduction, how do I apply?
6. If I am eligible for the Senior Citizen/Surviving Spouse Deduction, how do I apply?
7. If I am eligible for the Veteran/Widow of a Veteran Deduction, how do I apply?
8. What property tax deductions are available through the township?
9. What should I do with the annual post tax year statement that I received?
10. Why was my $250 senior or disability deduction removed from my property tax account?
11. I am a Disabled Vet, am I entitled to a tax exemption?
12. What qualifies land for Farmland Assessment?
13. What property tax deductions are available through the township?
14. What Property Tax Relief Programs are available from the State?
15. How do I apply for a five year property tax abatement?
16. How do I apply for Reimbursement Assistance known as Tax Freeze or Blue Book?
17. I am applying for reimbursement assistance; how do I get proof that my taxes are paid up to date?
18. When will my homestead rebate be applied?
19. Where can I get assistance with completing the form for Reimbursement Assistance (Blue Book)?