FLORENCE — Pinal County Assessor Douglas Wolf has announced that qualified widows, widowers and those 100% disabled can now apply for a property tax exemption for 2021.
Applications can be made at the three locations below. Applicants need to bring:
- Arizona driver’s license or Arizona ID
- Death certificate (for Widows and Widowers Exemption)
- Medical certificate from Arizona licensed physician (for 100% disabled)
- Arizona income tax return for 2019
- Property and/or manufactured home deed or tax bills
- Tile and/or registration for any vehicle you own
The deadline for applications is Feb. 28.
For further information, visit www.pinalcountyaz.gov/Assessor/Pages/TransfersExemptions.aspx or call 520-866-6361.
“It has been the practice of this office in prior years to send staff to remote areas of the county to take applications for exemptions,” Wolf said in an email to the Board of Supervisors. “This year with COVID still a threat to staff, we are not going to send staff to those areas. State law requires new applicants to apply in person.”
Wolf told supervisors if they have a constituent who physically is unable to come to the Florence, Casa Grande or Apache Junction offices to apply, “we will find a way to get their applications.”
Assessor’s Office, 31 N. Pinal St., Florence
Monday to Friday, 8 to 5
820 E. Cottonwood Lane, Building A, Casa Grande
Tuesday and Thursday, 9 to 4 (closed noon to 1)
575 N. Idaho Road, 800 Building, Apache Junction
Monday and Wednesday, 9 to 4 (closed noon to 1)