Who is Eligible:
Low-income seniors and low-income persons with a disability
The City also offers a partial deferral of property taxes to low-income seniors and low-income people with disabilities. Relief is based on the total tax increase over the previous year rather than a total deferral program as noted above. Both program requirements and relief differs from the Full Property Tax Deferral Program.
Steps to Get this Rebate:
1. There are six different ways to receive an application for low-income seniors and low-income people with disabilities under the Partial Property Tax Deferral Program:
-Print a copy from this website: HTML format
-Send your request to the City of Ottawa by email at [email protected]
-Send your request to us in writing to the City of Ottawa, Revenue Branch, 100 Constellation Drive, 4th floor East, Ottawa, ON K2G 6J8 Attn: Partial Property Tax Deferral Program.
-Send your request by fax to 613-580-2457.
-Drop in to 100 Constellation Drive, 4th floor East.
-Telephone us at 613-580-2740 (TTY 613-580-2401). Transactions will be recorded for training and verification purposes.
2. Please ensure the property address and roll number are written on all correspondence. Once the form is filled out, it can be returned: by mail to: City of Ottawa, Revenue Branch, 100 Constellation Drive, 4th floor East, Ottawa, ON K2G 6J8 Attn: Partial Tax Deferral Program, or
by fax to: 613-580-2457, Attn: Partial Tax Deferral Program
3. Within 7 days of receiving your application an Acknowledgment Letter will be mailed to you.
4. After our office reviews your application for eligibility a letter of either approval or denial into the program will be mailed within 30 days of sending your Acknowledgment Letter