If you missed your home owner grant last year, or we did not receive it by December 31, you may be able to apply for a retroactive home owner grant.
- Can claim a missed home owner grant from the previous year, but not from more than one year ago
- Can't claim a retroactive home owner grant for a property you no longer own
Property tax due dates
Advance taxes: February 2, 2021
Main taxes: September 30, 2020 (Extended deadline – learn more)
Alert icon You can make your payment at any time after receiving your tax notice in the mail.
Home owner grant: September 30, 2020
Are you eligible for a home owner grant?
There are two types of home owner grants – the basic grant and the senior/ additional grant. You may only claim one type of home owner grant. See if you are eligible
How to apply
2019 home owner grant threshold was $1.65 million
In 2019, the home owner grant threshold of assessed or partitioned value was $1.65 million. The grant is reduced by $5 for each $1,000 above the threshold.
- The basic grant is eliminated when the assessed or partitioned value reaches $1.764 million
- The additional grant is eliminated when the assessed or partitioned value reaches $1.819 million
If you qualify for the seniors or other additional grant, but the grant amount has been reduced or eliminated due to the $1.65 million threshold, you may still be eligible for the low income grant supplement External web site, opens in new tab.