Low-Income Seniors and Low-Income Persons with Disabilities Tax Deferral Program
The Regional Municipality of Halton has a tax deferral program for low-income seniors and low income persons with disabilities. Read the Halton Region, Tax Deferral FAQs and By-law for Low-Income Seniors and Low-Income Persons with Disabilities Tax Deferral Program.
Click here for the Seniors & Low-Income Tax Deferral Program information and application.
The Charity Rebate Program provides rebates to registered charities that meet the following criteria:
Must have a valid registration number issued by the Canada Customs and Revenue Agency; and,
Occupy space in a commercial or industrial property.
Applications must be made to the Town by February 28 for rebates of previous year property taxes.
Are you an older adult homeowner in Halton living on a fixed income?
If so, you may be eligible for Halton Region’s Older Adults Property Tax Deferral Program.
For program information please contact The Region of Halton
On January 9, 2006 Council adopted a resolution to defer taxes on 'farmland' (FT) as identified by MPAC. Staff circulated a survey (Appendix A) to all property owners with a FT assessment to determine if the deferral was still wanted. 551 surveys were mailed on November 25th with a requested return date of December 22, 2011. Staff received 331 responses or 60%. 52% of respondents wanted to continue the deferral program and 48% wanted to discontinue/no preference to the program.