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Tax Relief Facts
If a major calamity such as a fire or flood damages your property, you may be eligible
for property tax relief.
In such cases, notify the Assessor's Office so that the value of
the destroyed property can be removed from your assessment.
If you rebuild an equivalent
structure, the property will retain its previous value for tax purposes.
To qualify for
tax relief, you must file a damage claim within 12 months from the date the property was
damaged. In addition, the loss must total $10,000 or more.
For more information, please call
the Assessor's district office nearest the property.
Click here for Disaster Relief Form.
REVIEW DUE TO DECLINE IN VALUE -
If you feel your property has
suffered a decline in value; that is, the current market
(saleable) value of your property has fallen below the current
assessed value as shown on the assessment roll, you may request
a "Prop 8" decline in value "free" reassessment by the County
Call, write or visit the Assessor's
district office nearest you.
here for Application for Decline in Value Reassessment