Property Tax Programs / Applications
Please mail completed applications to:
Morrison County Land Services
213 First Avenue SE
Little Falls, MN 56345
Please note: Taxpayers are responsible for making copies of any forms/applications for their own records. Morrison County is not responsible for any lost forms or documents. Upon request, we will provide a dated copy of your form/application.
Homestead - includes Regular, Relative, Agricultural - please contact the Morrison County Land Services Office for a Homestead application: 320-632-0170 or toll free at 866-401-1111, ext. 170
Special Homestead for Property Owners who are Blind or Disabled (Class 1b)
This classification provides a reduced property tax classification rate for the homestead property of an individual who is either: Permanently and totally disabled or Legally blind.
Disabled Veteran’s Tax Exclusion Programs
Special Agricultural Homesteads
A special agricultural homestead gives homestead status to property that is not occupied and actively farmed by a qualifying person. It is also for property that is owned under a trust or by a qualified business and farmed by a qualifying person or business member. Homestead status can result in lower property taxes than property that is not homesteaded.
- Special Agricultural Homestead App - Property Owned by Individual (PDF)
- Special Agricultural Homestead App - Property Owned by Entity (PDF)
- Special Agricultural Homestead App - Property Owned by Trust (PDF)
The Green Acres and the Rural Preserve Programs provide property tax relief for owners of agricultural property and rural vacant land that is part of a farm in areas where the market value of the land is being affected by development pressure, sales of recreational land or other non-agricultural factors.
- Green Acres Application - One Owner (PDF)
- Green Acres Application - Multiple Owners (PDF)
- Rural Preserve Application (PDF)
The 2C Managed Forest Land property classification provides a reduced class rate of forested property of 20 acres or more that is subject to a forest management (stewardship) plan and that meets other requirements.
The Sustainable Forest Incentive Act (SFIA) provides incentive payments to encourage sustainable use of forest lands. Property owners with qualifying lands are eligible to enroll in this program.