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'Our Laws_Your Life": June 30th the last date to file for Measure K exemption

Measure K parcel tax exemption deadline is June 30th
Measure K parcel tax exemption deadline is June 30th
Patricia Kutza

Seniors 65 years and older who own property in Vallejo have until June 30th to file for a Measure K parcel tax exemption for 2014. Approved in 2012, this Greater Vallejo Recreation District (GVRD) parcel tax's intent, according to the ballot language, is to "To keep local parks/recreation facilities open/clean/safe with locally controlled funding that cannot be taken away by Sacramento; provide programs for children/teenagers/families/seniors; and prevent parks from becoming a haven for crime."

Savings for property owners varies. Seniors who own average residential parcel owners realize a savings of $48 and apartment and mobile home owners - $36. Owners of non-residential lots between one and five acres reap a $250 deduction and lots that exceed five acres, $500.

Measure K parcel taxes are levied on properties for six years, garnering annually an estimated $2.1 million in tax revenues for GVRD. Seniors who miss this year's deadline will have their exemption applied to the following year's property tax assessment.

Read about filing options here.

Access senior exemption forms here. Note that all applications must also include proof of identity and residency.


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