Property tax rebate for low-income seniors 2022

The City of Burlington’s Low-Income Seniors Property Tax Rebate Program provides eligible seniors with a $550 rebate on their property taxes.

To be eligible, you or your spouse must meet all of the following conditions:

  • Be at least 65 years old on January 1, 2022
  • Be a beneficiary of the Guaranteed Income Supplement (in accordance with the Old Age Security Act)
  • Be the assessed owner as recorded on title and occupier of residential property in the City of Burlington for at least one year prior to application
  • Property taxes must be paid in full, excluding the applicable rebate

An application must be submitted each year.

Applicants are responsible for ensuring that applications are received by the City by December 31, 2022. The town hall will be closed from Monday December 26, 2022 to Monday January 3, 2023 inclusive. City Hall will reopen on Tuesday, January 4, 2023.

The City offers a secure and convenient online application form for property tax rebate for low-income seniors. A PDF is also available.

View the online application form

Applications can be submitted online, by email, by mail and in person at the Service Burlington counter on the third floor at 390 Brant Street, or at the drop box located just outside the main doors at 390 Bran.

Please send applications to:

The City of Burlington
426 Brant Street, PO Box 5080
Burlington, ON
L7R 4G4

Send to:

[email protected]

For more information or to apply, contact the City of Burlington Tax Office at 905-335-7750, or visit the Low-Income Seniors Rebate Program page.

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