Senior Citizens

The table below provide links to the programs designed specifically for senior citizens and to the programs most frequently used by seniors.

Please be advised that on November 3, 2020 voters approved Proposition 19 (Home Protection for Seniors, Severely Disabled, Families and Victims of Wildfire or Natural Disasters Act), which makes sweeping changes to a property owner’s ability to transfer their Proposition 13 Assessed Value. It also may change the process for claiming exclusions. Parts of the new law become effective on February 16, 2021 and parts effective on April 1, 2021. For general information about the implementation of Proposition 19 click here.

Transfer of assessment to a replacement property, anywhere in California, by a property owner at least 55 years old. Effective April 1, 2021. Prop 19
Parent to/from Child Transfer. Effective February 15, 2021. Prop 19
Transfer of assessment to a replacement property by a property owner at least 55 years old (within county). PROPOSITION 60/90 ARE SUPERSEDED BY PROPOSITION 19 ON April 1, 2021. Prop 60
Transfer of assessment to a replacement property by a property owner at least 55 years old (between counties). PROPOSITION 60/90 ARE SUPERSEDED BY PROPOSITION 19 ON April 1, 2021. Prop 90
Transfer of assessment to a replacement property by severely and permanently disabled owner. THIS LAW IS MODIFIED BY PROPOSITION 19. Prop 110
Parent-Child Transfer
THIS LAW EXPIRES ON FEBRUARY 15, 2021 AND IS REPLACED WITH PROPOSITION 19.
Prop 58
Grandparent-Grandchild Transfer
THIS LAW EXPIRES ON FEBRUARY 15, 2021AND IS REPLACED WITH PROPOSITION 19.
Prop 193

SUSPENDED PROGRAMS

  • Property Tax Assistance for Senior Citizens, Blind, or Disabled Persons