Lisle Township

John Trowbridge II, Assessor

 

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Tuesday, December 18, 2018

Lisle Township Assessor

1280 Iroquois Ave
Suite 300
Naperville, IL 60563
Phone: 630-968-1183
Fax: 630-968-1236
E-Mail

Monday - Friday
8:30AM - 4:30PM

Disabled Persons’ Homestead Exemption (35 ILCS200/15-168)

Eligibility and Application Process

To Qualify:

 

  1. Be disabled or become disabled during the assessment year (i.e., cannot participate in any “substantial gainful activity by reason of a medically determinable physical or mental impairment” which will result in the person’s death or that will last for at least 12 continuous months).
  2. Own or have legal or equitable interest in the property, or a leasehold interest of a single-family residence.
  3. Occupy the property as your principal residence on January 1 of the assessment year, and
  4. Be liable for the payment of the property taxes

If you previously received a disabled persons’ homestead exemption and now reside in a facility licensed under the Nursing Home Care Act (210 ILCS 45/1 et. Seq) , you are still eligible to receive this exemption provided:

 

  1. Your property is occupied by your spouse, or
  2. Your property remains unoccupied during the assessment year.

Documents Needed:

 

  • A Class 2 Illinois Disabled Person Identification Card from the Illinois Secretary of State’s Office. Note: Class 2 or Class 2A qualifies for this exemption; a Class 1 or 1A does not qualify.
  • Proof of Social Security Administration disability benefits. This proof includes an award letter, verification letter, or annual cost of living adjustments (COLA).
  • Proof of Veterans Administration disability benefits. This proof includes an award letter of total (100%) disability, pension statement, or statement showing compensation rated at 100%
  • Proof of Railroad or Civil Service disability benefits is an award letter of total (100%) disability.
  • If you cannot provide proof of your disability listed in items 1 through 4, then you will need to submit to the Illinois department of Revenue (IDOR) a Form PTAX 343-A. A Physician’s statement for Proof of Disability completed by a physician.

Process The documents must be filed with the DuPage County Supervisor of Assessments office 421 N. County Farm Road Wheaton, IL 60187.

Effect:

The Disabled Persons’ Homestead Exemption (35 ILCS 200/ 15-168 Provides an annual $2,000 reduction in the equalized assessed value (EVA) of the property owned and occupied on January 1 of the assessment year by a disabled person who is liable for the payment of property taxes.

Forms: Click here for Disabled Persons’ Homestead Exemption Application 

Questions: Call the Supervisor of Assessments office at 630-407-5858