What is the User Portal?
Salt Lake County has spent the last two years creating a new public User Portal so that citizens, businesses and organizations can access a new generation of tools and information. We look forward to adding new applications and ways to access your vital information in a secure environment.
The Auditor's office is pleased to debut the first program to take advantage of the new User Portal - CRE Tax Exemptions
The CRE - Tax Exemptions program
The CRE (Charitable, Religious, & Exempt Organizations) program on the Portal is a great leap forward in handling tax exemption applications for these types of organizations.
A user account on the Portal will allow organizations to review and manage tax exemption applications from year to year in a single, centralized environment.
Organizations can view current and previous year's applications, and more easily manage the annual renewal process. Users can create new applications and upload documentation without the hassle of back and forth emails.
Organizations can even download summary reports containing their application information and save them for their own records.
Each application, whether new, completed, or in progress, is visible on the dashboard. The dashboard will show the organization what status the applications are in. Users will also receive emailed updates when the status changes or more information is needed.
Why do I need a user account?
All Organizations will need to create at least one New Portal User Account . Even organizations with an existing exemption need to create a user account to access the Portal.
These user accounts should be created or managed by or for the person responsible for handling similar financial or tax accounts. Organizations can also designate more than one user for their account.