Don’t leave tax dollars on the table; learn about property tax exemptions at April 5 event

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The Clark County Assessor’s office property tax exemption specialists will be available to answer questions and enroll property owners in the county’s property tax relief program at an upcoming Ridgefield City Council meeting.

The Tax Exemption Program for senior citizens and people with disabilities can reduce property tax liability for qualifying homeowners. Eligibility is based on age or disability, home ownership, residency, and income. Participants are not required to repay the taxes, and their homes are not subject to property liens. 

Representatives will present information about the program at a Ridgefield City Council meeting from 6:30 to 8 pm Thursday, March 28. The meeting is held in the Columbia Assembly Room, 510 Pioneer St.

Exemption specialists will be back on hand at the Hillhurst Community Room in the Ridgefield Outdoor Recreation Complex to enroll applicants from 9 am to 2:30 pm Friday, April 5. The complex is located at 3101 S. Hillhurst Road. The room is in the center of the complex and there is an elevator to take applicants upstairs to the appointment area.

To schedule an appointment for the event, call 564.397.2391 or email Walk-ins also are welcome. Homeowners interested in attending should bring photo ID, federal tax return, W-2 and/or 1099, and any deduction documentation. 

Learn more about the program and apply online at

Roni Battan, program manager, Assessor’s Office

Holly Hill, program outreach coordinator, Assessor’s Office