*Please see below a news release issued by the City of Burlington.
Burlington, Ont. — May 6, 2022 — Burlington City Council approved the 2022 Tax Levy Bylaw at a Special Meeting of Council on May 5, 2022. The bylaw allows the city to bill 2022 property taxes and set payment due dates for final tax bills on June 22 and Sept. 22, 2022. Final tax bills will be mailed in late May.
The 2022 Tax Levy Bylaw reflects the budget processes of both the city and Halton Region. The province provides the education tax rates. The overall property tax increase is 2.84 per cent or $22.17 for each $100,000 of urban residential assessment.
2021 and 2022 Urban Residential Property Taxes per $100,000 Current Value Assessment (CVA)
|City – General|
City – Hospital
Subtotal City Purposes
|Region – General (incl. Waste Management)|
Region – Police
Subtotal Region of Halton Purposes
COVID-19 Property Tax Relief
In response to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and the resulting economic impact, on Jan. 11, 2022, Council approved a 2022 COVID-19 Property Tax Deferral Payment Plan program to provide relief to residents and businesses that continue to face financial hardship due to the pandemic. The application-based program allows eligible property owners who are unable to pay property taxes by the regularly scheduled tax due dates, to defer taxes under a pre-authorized payment plan. Eligible property owners may include unpaid balances from March 1, 2020 onward in the deferral plan and they can choose which month they would like to start the monthly payments. The remaining options for start dates are June 1, or July 1. Equal monthly withdrawals will be made that will allow for the property taxes to be paid in full by Dec. 1, 2022. Property owners enrolled in this payment plan will not be subject to penalty and interest charges as long as payments are made.
For more information on this payment plan and to obtain an application, please visit Burlington.ca/propertytax, or email firstname.lastname@example.org to register.
- The City of Burlington collects property taxes for the city, Halton Region and the Halton district school boards. The total combined tax levy for all three entities is approximately $452.3 million. The city’s levy is $191.6 million; the city collects $144.6 million on behalf of Halton Region; and $116.1 million on behalf of the Halton district school boards. The taxes levied for Halton Region and the Halton district school boards are remitted to them.
- Customers who use the drop box at City Hall (426 Brant St.) to drop off their tax payments should note the drop box has moved to 390 Brant St. at the corner of Brant Street and Elgin Street– this is the same building where Coffee Culture is located. Residents can find the blue drop box at the Elgin Street entrance to 390 Brant St. Please see map attached.
Links and Resources:
- Learn more about property taxes and assessment in Burlington at Burlington.ca/propertytax
- Map showing new location of City of Burlington drop box.
*Posted by John Bkila, Mayor’s Media and Digital Communications Specialist