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MERA Announces 2019 Low-Income Senior Homeowner Exemption from MERA Parcel Tax

Qualified low-income seniors in Marin County are eligible to file for a tax exemption from a parcel tax that supports the County's next-generation emergency radio system.  This exemption must be applied for annually, so anyone who qualified for this exemption this past year, must apply again.

To qualify for this exemption you must be 65 years of age or older by December 31, 2019, own and occupy your residence, and not have earned a total annual household income of more than $82,200 in 2018.

Deadline to apply for the 2019-2020 tax year is June 1, 2019.

Frequently asked questions and application are attached.

 

MERA_Measure_A_FAQs_2019-2020_Tax_Year.pdf

MERA_Measure-A-Low-Income-Senior-Exemption-Application-2019-20-1.pdf

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