Tax suspension means that you will not have to pay your property taxes until the property is sold or transferred to another person.
Your property taxes may be suspended if: You get either Supplemental Security Income (SSI) or
State Supplementary Assistance (SSA), or You live in a nursing home and the
Department of Human Services is paying for all or part of the cost for your
care. You will not have to pay a penalty while your taxes are suspended. The
suspended taxes will need to be paid when the property is sold or transferred.
If you want to, you still can pay your taxes while they are suspended. The
County Board of Supervisors run the tax suspension program. You must give to
the County Board of Supervisors proof that you qualify for property tax
suspension. You do this in the county where your property is located.