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The Utah Farmland Assessment Act (FAA, also called the Greenbelt Act) Allows qualifying Agricultural property to be taxed based upon its productive capability instead of the market value. The Use Values that property is taxed on is determined by the Utah State University Study that has been adopted by the farmland advisory committee.
If you would like more information please fill out this form or call our office at (435) 336-3211Applications will be processed for the current tax year if they are received before May1 of that year.
The exemption can only be granted on up to one acre. Any remaining acreage will be taxed at 100% of market value.
If you live in the home or condominium full time, simply fill out the Signed Statement of Primary Residence and return it and copy a current driver's license, to the Assessor's office. Signed statements must be received before May 1st of the tax year to receive the exemption for that tax year. Signed Statements are available in the Assessor's Office or on the right hand side of this page. Completed forms may be mailed (PO Box 128 Coalville, UT 84017), faxed (435-578-3532) emailed (email@example.com) or hand delivered (60 N Main Street, Coalville, Utah). If the property is rented on a full time basis, you must provide a copy of the current lease along with the signed statement. Primary residence status may be appealed August 1st through September 15th of each year. All applications received after September 15th will be considered for the next calendar year.
The primary residence exemption can only be granted on up to one acre of land, any remaining acreage will be taxed as "Non-Primary land".
Please keep in mind, the homeowner is responsible for proving a property is a primary residence and applying for an exemption. Failure to apply for the exemption is a not a mistake on behalf of the county.