Disabled Veterans Exemption
The 100% Disabled Veterans Exemption provides for full exemption of the Fair Cash Value (Market) of homestead property.
Apply at the Tulsa County Assessor’s Office.
You must bring a Property Tax letter from the Department of Veterans Affairs in Muskogee, Oklahoma. The letter must have a raised seal, the property address for which the Exemption will be applied, and certification that you are a 100% disabled veteran to qualify.
- Head of household
- Honorably discharged from active service in a branch of the Armed Forces of the United States or Oklahoma National Guard
- Certified by the United States Department of Veterans Affairs to have one hundred percent (100%) permanent disability sustained through military action or accident or resulting from a disease contracted while in active service
- As of January 1, owns the property that has a Homestead Exemption in place or is eligible for a Homestead Exemption on the property
In order to qualify for this Exemption, the individual must be:
The surviving spouse of a veteran who met the qualifications listed in 2 and 3 above and who, as of Jan. 1 owns the property that has a Homestead Exemption in place or is eligible for a Homestead Exemption on the property shall be entitled to claim this exemption with the proper certification from the United States Department of Veteran Affairs. Also, the unremarried spouse of a veteran killed in action may qualify for the exemption.
In Person—You must apply for a Disabled Veterans Exemption at the Tulsa County Assessor's Office between 8:00–5:00 Monday–Friday (excluding holidays). Our office is located at:
Tulsa County Headquarters, 5th floor
218 W. Sixth St.
Tulsa, OK 74119
You must bring a Property Tax letter with a raised seal from the Department of Veterans Affairs in Muskogee, Oklahoma certifying that you are a 100% disabled veteran to qualify for this Exemption.
Once granted, this exemption is permanent as long as qualifications are met. However, if you move to a new home, you must provide a new Property tax letter portraying your new address when you file a new application.
If the application is denied, the property owner has the right to appeal to the Tulsa County Board of Equalization. (Title 68 O.S. §2895)
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