A tax rebate of $500 per year is available to property owners 65 years of age or older whose combined household income of all persons residing in their property is less than $29,746 in 2018. To be eligible, no other parties other than the owner(s) and/or spouse can reside on the property, and the property must be a personal residence. Other restrictions apply to this program. To apply, please complete the Senior's Property Tax Rebate Program (pdf) application.
A full property tax deferral is available to property owners 65 years of age or older whose combined household income of all persons residing in their property is less than $50,900. The full amount of the deferral will become payable once the owner(s) are no longer eligible, or upon sale of the property. The deferral is interest free to the homeowner(s) and requires an annual renewal application to remain in the program. Other restrictions apply. Applications and more detailed information can be found on the Region of Halton website.
If you are 65 or older, or are disabled, with a combined household income under $50,900, you may be eligible to defer any year over year increase to your property tax. A lien will be registered against the property and the amount deferred will become payable upon the sale of the property. An annual renewal application is required to remain in the program. Other restrictions apply to this program. Applications and more detailed information can be found on the Region of Halton website, in the Documents and Downloads section.
You may only take part in one of these programs. For more information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to consider if one of these programs may be right for you.
The town administers an annual tax rebate program for registered charitable organizations that rent space in commercial, industrial or multi-tenanted properties in Oakville. To apply, please submit a completed Application for Property Tax Rebate For Registered Charities Occupying Commercial or Industrial Property (pdf) by February 28 of the year following the taxation year for which the rebate would apply.
For more information, please contact email@example.com.
There have been changes to the vacant unit rebate program. The phase-out will occur in 2018 and 2019. Open the Upcoming Changes to Vacant Unit Tax Rebate Program from the Region of Halton for more information, or contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Halton Region is removing the vacant and excess land subclass discounts for commercial and industrial property classes in 2020. For further information, visit the Region of Halton website.