Disaster Relief


Homestead and non-homestead property may be eligible for tax relief if a structure has sustained damage of at least 50 percent in value due to fire or natural disaster.

The program allows for a maximum of 12 months of property tax credit, which is for the full calendar months the property is not usable.

Property owners should notify their assessor when the disaster occurs and then apply for the credit at the time they begin reuse of the property.

More information about the program may be found on the Department of Revenue's fact sheet.


Disaster Relief Fact Sheet


Duluth Office
Hibbing Office
Virginia Office