The City of Auburn, in response to recent property valuation adjustments, is seeking to offset a portion of the increase many residents saw in their 2022-2023 tax bill. The city will issue a one-time $300 relief payment to Auburn homeowners aged 65 and older, whose annual property taxes increased by $300.00 dollars or more, and who currently qualify for/receive the Maine homestead exemption.
The City of Auburn is an AWESOME place to work! And we are looking for some equally awesome new team members...from electricians to police officers and mechanics, from tax clerks to dispatchers, and more. We invite you to join our team of dedicated (and very talented) employees. Join Team Auburn!
Property Tax Stabilization for Senior Citizens is a state program that allows certain senior-citizen residents to stabilize, or freeze, the property taxes on their homestead. If you have submitted an application to Auburn's assessing office, please know we will review the applications as soon as possible. You will be notified after your application has been processed. The application period for the Property Tax Stabilization Program has ended for 2022. Remember to apply again next year to remain enrolled in the program by December 1, 2023.
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