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Greeley Food Tax Rebates for Low-Income Households

Since 1990, Greeley has had a sales tax on groceries to support funding of facilities, parks, and street maintenance. In 2015, Greeley voters extended the 3.46 percent tax on food with a rebate program for low-income households. Beginning Feb. 1, the food tax rebate application process opens for the 2019 tax year. 

Applicants must have been Greeley residents for at least ten months in 2019 and reside in Greeley at the time of application. Proof of residency is required; examples include rent receipts or copies of home utility bills. Copies of the statements must show dates and the name and address of the person applying for the food tax rebate. Qualified family members are legal dependents claimed on federal form 1040. Applicants must provide a Social Security number for each family member requested on their application. The maximum rebate is $65 per person in the household. Applications must be received by May 31, 2020. 

To qualify for the low-income rebate, households must have an annual income below the following limits:

 

Number of Family Members

Income Limit

1

$27,750

2

$31,700

3

$35,650

4

$39,600

5

$42,800

6

$45,950

7

$49,150

8

$52,300

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 




Applications and bilingual assistance are available from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday, at Greeley City Hall, 1000 10th Street or by phone at 970-350-9748. The application and instructions are also available online in English and Spanish at greeleygov.com/finance.

Release Date:
Jan 31, 2020

For more information, media representatives should contact:
Yesenia Padilla, Customer Service Supervisor
970-336-4082
Yesenia.Padilla@greeleygov.com

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