The Exemptions Section is responsible for determining qualification for exemption from property taxation for properties that are owned and used for religious, charitable, and private school purposes. Currently exempt property owners are required to file annual reports with the DPT in order to continue exemption. The section provides assistance to counties and taxpayers with inquiries about exempt properties, conducts hearings on denied exemption applications and revocations of exemption, and defends appeals of such denials and revocations. Click on "Exemptions Forms" in the left-hand menu to get more information.
File your Exempt Property Annual Reports Online
- The initial deadline to file 2023 Annual Reports was April 17, 2023.
- Late reports may still be filed until July 3, 2023 (July 1, 2024 for most religious organizations) if they are submitted online or postmarked and mailed no later than that date.
- Owners who fail to file Exempt Property Reports by the filing deadline forfeit their right to claim exemption and their property is returned to the tax rolls as of January 1 of the year in which the failure to file occurred
Timely filings with a $75 filing fee per report are due by April 17, 2023.
Late reports filed after the April 17, 2023 deadline must be accompanied by the $250 late filing fee.
- $75 for timely filed Exempt Property Reports
- $250 for Exempt Property Reports filed after the initial April 17 , 2023 deadline