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.
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.