Assessor Department - Senior & Disabled Citizens

Senior Citizens

Senior citizens residing in Crook County who are 62 years (or older) may qualify to delay tax on their residence. To qualify they must have a recorded deed to the property that is used as their primary residence and meet a household income test. Apply at the county assessor’s office after January 1st and before April 15th. The Oregon Department of Revenue will qualify seniors for the following year, if approved the state will pay the taxes for you.

Disabled Citizens

Disables citizens residing in Crook County who are under age 62 by April 15th receiving federal social security disability benefits for the previous year, with a recorded deed to the property that is used as their primary residence and meet a household limited income test can submit an application to be approved by the Oregon Department of Revenue that is called “Disabled Citizens Property Tax Deferral”. Apply at the county assessor’s office after January 1st and before April 15th. The Oregon Department of Revenue will qualify seniors for the following year, if approved the state will pay the taxes for you.

For more information about this and other exemption programs established by the Oregon Legislature please visit the Oregon Department of Revenue website.

Senior Deferral Information


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