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The City of Greeley Offers Food Tax Rebates for Low-Income Households

2017 Food Tax Rebate

The City of Greeley’s 2018 food tax rebate program application process for low-income Greeley residents runs from February 1 through May 31, 2019. In 2015, Greeley voters extended a 3.46 percent tax on food with a rebate program for low-income households

Applicants must have resided in Greeley for at least ten months in 2018 and be a resident at the time of application. Proof of residency is required. 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 order to qualify for the low-income rebate, households must have an annual income below the following limits:

Number of Family Members

Income Limit

1

$28,650

2

$32,750

3

$36,850

4

$40,900

5

$44,200

6

$47,450

7

$50,750

8

$54,000

 

For the 2017 program, approximately 1,110 Greeley residents participated in the program.

Applications and bilingual assistance are available 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, 2019

For more information, Media representatives should contact:

Yesenia Padilla, Customer Service Supervisor
970-336-4082
Yesenia.Padilla@greeleygov.com

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