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Property Taxes

The Town of Milton has one of the lowest property tax rates in the Greater Toronto Area.

Please note that tax rates are approved by Council about the end of May each year and the current year's tax rates are posted at that time. Before this time, for estimate purposes only, you may use the previous year's tax rates.

Pay your Taxes

Payment Due Dates

Interim Tax Bill

The Town of Milton mails the 2017 Interim tax bills by early February 2017. Payments are due on February 28, 2017 and April 28, 2017.  

Final Tax Bill

The 2017 final tax bill is mailed by early June 2017 and is due on June 30, 2017 and September 29, 2017. (This bill reflects increases/decreases due to the setting of current year tax rates and/or any tax mitigation programs.) 

PTP (Pre-authorized Tax Payment Program) 

For your convenience, the Town of Milton can make pre-authorized automatic withdrawals from your bank account for tax payments. The deadline to enroll for the 2017 interim billing period will be October 31, 2016. A second enrollment period to join in time for the 2017 final billing is available until May 01, 2017. Please note that you may only enroll in the Pre-authorized Tax Payment Program if all taxes have been paid in full for the 2016 final billing period and all prior years before the start date for this program and your property must be fully assessed to include both the land and structure values.Two Withdrawal Options

Plan Type Number of Withdrawals Per Year Withdrawal Dates
Monthly plan


Last business day of each month, from November to October.

Due Date plan


Last business day of February, April, June and September.

Applying for PTP

  1. Complete the PTP Application Form
  2. Attach a void cheque to the application (line of credit, credit card and savings cheques cannot be used).
  3. Return the application form and void cheque to the Town Hall.

Bank Account Changes/Program Cancellation

For account changes or cancellations from the program, written notice is required a minimum of 15 business days prior to your next scheduled withdrawal. Please complete the Account Change or Cancellation form and return by mail or fax to the Tax Division, Town of Milton.

Accounts in Arrears

The Town of Milton also offers a PTP plan for accounts in arrears. For more information or to obtain an Arrears Plan Application Form contact the Tax Division. 


Town of Milton, Tax Division  
150 Mary Street
Milton, Ontario
L9T 6Z5

Cheques made payable to the Town of Milton can be dated current or post-dated to the corresponding due dates. 

In Person

Town Hall, Cashier Services, 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m., Monday to Friday. Payments can be made by cheque, cash or direct debit (cheques made payable to the Town of Milton can be dated current or post-dated to the corresponding due dates).  When paying your taxes at Town Hall, please be advised that parking is available in either the Municipal parking lot on Mary Street (across from Town Hall) or King Street in designated marked visitor spots only. 1 Hour Only street parking is also available on Hugh Street, King Street and Mary Street where posted. 

After-Hours Drop Box 

After-hour drop boxes are located at both the Mary Street and King Street entrances of Town Hall. 

Internet/Telephone Banking 

Contact your financial institution for remitting property tax payments.

*Please note that for any electronic payment, credit will be given on the day funds are received in the Town of Milton's bank account.

Financial Institution 

Present your tax bill at any bank/financial institution across Ontario to make a payment.

*Please note that for any electronic payment, credit will be given on the day funds are received in the Town of Milton's bank account.

Pay Online with a Credit Card

Pay Online  Pay Online - Credit Card Only

Plastiq, an online third party payment service provider, allows you to use your credit card to make payments more conveniently through their secure online system.  Plastiq provides the option to pay your property taxes by using your credit card.

A fee of 1.99% of the amount paid is levied by Plastiq for each transaction (please note that ROYAL BANK and TD CANADA TRUST issued Visa cards will be subject to an additional cash advance fee which will be charged by the bank). This is an online payment option only. 

Credit card payments for property tax cannot be processed in person. Please visit www.Plastiq.com/milton to make a payment.

When using a third-party service provider you must clearly understand the terms and conditions of the services you are using.  View Plastiq's terms and conditions at www.plastiq.com.

Payments are processed within several business days.  Please contact Plastiq for more information.

Sale of Property for Non-Payment of Taxes

If property taxes remain unpaid for a specific period of time the Town is authorized, under the Municipal Act, to sell vacant or improved land in any property class.

Once a certificate has been registered, partial payments cannot be accepted. A Tax Arrears Certificate indicates that the property will be sold if all taxes, penalties, interest and costs incurred by the Town are not paid within one year of registration of the certificate. This amount is referred to as the cancellation price.

The Town of Milton also offers a PTP plan for accounts in arrears. For more information or to obtain an Arrears Plan Application Form please call the Tax Division at: 905-864-4142 or email us your inquiry.

Manage your Tax Billing Account

ePost Online Billing 


Canada Post ePost Logo Apply Online

Sign up at www.epost.ca to have your interim and final property tax bill delivered to your own digital mailbox, through Canada Post's epostTM service.  At this time, other mailings, such as supplementary billings, overdue notices and general correspondence, cannot be sent via epostTM. These mailings will be sent using Canada Post mail services.

epostTM from Canada Post is the safe and secure way to receive your bills and statements, all online. Best of all, it's free.

Remember to have your Town of Milton Property Tax Bill ready for quick and easy sign up.

Change your Mailing Address

Change of Mailing Address Form

If your mailing address has changed recently, please complete a Change of Mailing Address Form. The Town of Milton tax staff will revise the billing files accordingly and send a copy of the change to the Municipal Property Assessment Corporation (MPAC). 

Change your Current School Support

Parents and/or Ratepayers can request a change in the direction of their current school support by contacting the school board they wish to support:

Once the school board processes the application, the Municipal Property Assessment Corporation (MPAC) receives notification and updates their records effective the following taxation year.

Halton Catholic District School Board

Halton District School Board

Halton French Catholic School Board

Halton French Public School Board

Letter of Authorization

If you require a third party to obtain property tax information/documents on your behalf, the Letter of Authorization Form must be submitted in advance of the request.    

Tax Calculator

The annual tax levy is available in June of each year once the Town, Region, and Education tax rates have been set. You may find this information on our Property Tax Assessment Calculator

Tax Certificate and Tax Statement


 Tax Certificate

A tax certificate is a legal binding document that displays the annual taxes, any current or prior year arrears, any local improvements billed to a given property; they are generally purchased by lawyers or financial institutions.

Regular Service: The current fee is $55.00 per roll number. For all regular service certificates, please note our turnaround service of 5-10 business days from receipt.

For all Tax Certificate requests please make your cheque payable to "Town of Milton" and mail or courier your letter request and cheque to the following address:

Town of Milton, Tax Division 150 Mary Street Milton Ontario L9T 6Z5

Rush Tax Certificates request

Effective January 01, 2017: A rushed certificate will be emailed or faxed within 24 hours of receiving payment.

Fee: $70.00

For further information, please call the Tax Division at: 905-864-4142 or email us your inquiry

 Property Tax Receipt, Duplicate Tax Bill or Statement of Account

If your taxes are paid by pre-authorized payment plan or by a mortgage company: One free statement, receipt or duplicate bill reprint may be issued per calendar year, upon request. Should additional requests be made at any other time, an administrative fee will apply. 
If your taxes are paid by regular installment:   If an additional bill, receipt or statement is required, an administrative fee of $25.00 will apply. Please provide a self addressed stamped envelope with your mail-in payment if you would like your receipt stamped PAID and returned to you.
If your property was bought/sold part way through the year:  It is strongly recommended that you refer to the Statement of Adjustments provided by your solicitor as part of your closing package to verify your portion of the annual tax levy. Any questions regarding adjusting of taxes should be directed to your solicitor. 

New Owner/Moving Information

Whether you are new to the Town or a long-time resident, we trust that you will truly find Milton to be the best place to live, work and play!

As a new home/business owner in the Town of Milton, there are a number of questions that you may have regarding property taxes, especially if this is your first property purchase.

The following is designed to provide you with some general information about property taxes that many new homeowners ask.

Your annual property taxes are paid in 4 installments throughout the year. They are due the last business day of the following months: February, April, June and September.

Each year, the Interim Tax Bill (February and April installments) will be mailed out in early February and the Final Tax Bill (June and September installments) will be mailed out in early June.

Please visit "Pay your Taxes" for more information and methods for payment.

Did you Previously Live in Milton?

If you previously owned in Milton and pay your property taxes through online banking or telephone banking, please ensure your roll number is updated (15 digit number found on the top right of your notice).  Note that the roll number for your new property is different than your previous property in Milton.

Failure to update your roll number will result in payment(s) being applied to your previous property and fees may be incurred to correct the error.

My Mortgage Company is Paying my Property Taxes.  What Should I do?

If you have made arrangements to pay your property taxes through your mortgage company, please contact them when you receive your first bill. Please ensure that your mortgage company notifies the Town of Milton Tax Division to advise that they will be paying your property taxes. After they have done so, your tax bill will be mailed to your mortgage company. The only time you will receive communication from us is if your account goes into arrears or if a supplementary bill is issued. If you receive either of these documents, please contact your mortgage company to arrange for payment.

I Received a Supplementary/Omitted Tax Bill.  Do I Have to Pay it?

As taxes are levied against the property and not the person, it is legally the responsibility of the current owner to ensure full payment has been made. It is suggested that the owner contact their lawyer to advise them that these retroactive tax bills have been received. Your lawyer will then contact the vendor's solicitors to readjust taxes if required.

How do I Cancel/Transfer my Payment Plan?

If you sold a property and purchased a new property, be sure to cancel your payment arrangement on the old property. Please complete the Account Change or Cancellation form and return by mail, fax or email to the Tax Division.

As per the terms and conditions of the program, written notice is required a minimum of 15 days prior to the sale date to cancel any future withdrawals. Failure to notify the Town of an upcoming sale and the effective cancellation dates could result in further payment withdrawals and fees to correct the error.

If you move within Milton, the PTP program is not transferable. The program must be cancelled on the previous property and a new application must be completed for the new property according to the enrollment deadlines indicated within the terms and conditions of this program. Fees may apply if a refund due to taxes paid in error occurs.

For more information on this program, please visit "Pay your Taxes". Alternatively, contact the Tax Division at 905-864-4142 for more information.

I Have Sold my House and the Closing is Scheduled in the Middle of the Tax Billing Period.  How will the New Owner and I Split the Tax Bill?

Your lawyer will complete all the adjustments for you on closing through the "statement of adjustments". This document indicates which portion of the tax billing period is the current owner's responsibility and what the new owner will be required to pay. As taxes are levied against the property and not the person, owners are required to make all tax payments as they are due, up to the date of closing to avoid any late payment fees. The Town of Milton does not calculate, nor provide individual billings, between vendors and purchasers.


Assessments and Adjustments

Tax Assessment

Tax Adjustments


Additional Information

Tax Calculator 

Property Tax Calculator

Property Tax Assessment Calculator

Please note: taxes are calculated based on a 12 month period regardless of occupancy date and do not include in-year adjustments resulting from supplementary, omitted or appeal activity.

The annual tax levy is available in June of each year once the Town, Region, and Education tax rates have been set.

Property taxes in Milton are collected on behalf of:

  • The Town of Milton
  • The Region of Halton
  • The Province of Ontario (Education)

Each level of Government is responsible for its own tax rates and for how the money will be spent on various services.

Property taxes allow the Town of Milton to provide a wide range of services that residents have come to value and expect. 

Use our Property Tax Assessment Calculator to view your annual tax levy and to see the breakdown of where your tax dollars go.  

Tax Rates and Fees

Tax Rates

If you would like to obtain copies of documents for any years not listed here, please contact the Town of Milton. Contact information is on the left side of this page.


Common Property Tax User Fee Charges: In Accordance with By-Law 60-2015 as amended by By-Law 104-2014:

Description of Charge


Cheques returned to the Town not honoured at bank


Reprint of tax bill (current and or previously issued bills)

$25.00 per bill

Tax statement or receipt requests by owner or mortgage company


Retrieval of post dated cheque(s)

$20.00 per cheque

Transfer of electronic payments to the correct account

$30.00 per request

Request for overpayment refund

$30.00 per request

New ownership fee


Tax certificate - Regular

Tax Certificate - Rush (24 hours)



Notice of tax arrears

$5.00 per notice

Late Payment

Please note that in the event you are late paying your account, penalty/interest charges are added at a rate of 1.25% on the first day of default and the first day of each month thereafter if unpaid.(Payments on accounts are applied first toward the outstanding interest and penalty, then to the oldest outstanding taxes.)

Resources and Contacts 

Additional Resources


Town of Milton

150 Mary Street
Milton, Ontario
L9T 6Z5

Phone: 905-864-4142
Fax: 905-876-5026
TTY: 905-878-1657

The Regional Municipality of   Halton

1151 Bronte Road
Oakville, Ontario
L6M 3L1

Phone: 905-825-6000
or 3-1-1
Toll Free: 1-866-442-5866
Fax: 905-825-9010
TTY: 905-827-9833

Halton District School Board

J.W. Singleton Education Centre
2050 Guelph Line
Burlington, Ontario
L7R 3Z2
Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 5005 STN LCD 1
Burlington, Ontario
L7R 3Z2

Phone: 905-335-3663
Toll Free: 1-877-618-3456
Fax: 905-335-9802

Halton Catholic   District School Board

802 Drury Lane
Burlington, Ontario
L7R 2Y2

Phone: 905-632-6300
Toll Free: 1-800-741-8382
Fax: 905-333-4661

Municipal Property Assessment   Corporation (MPAC)

1-6745 Century Avenue
Mississauga, Ontario
L5N 8C9

Phone: 1-866-296-6722
Fax: 1-866-297-6703
TTY: 1-877-889-6722

Land Registry Office

2800 Highpoint Drive
Second Floor
Milton, Ontario
L9T 6P4

Phone: 905-864-3500

Milton Hydro

8069 Lawson Road
Milton, Ontario
L9T 5C4

Phone: 905-876-4611
Toll Free: 1-855-848-9489
Fax: 905-876-2044
TTY: 289-429-5223

Assessment Review Board (ARB)


1200-655 Bay Street
Toronto, Ontario
M5G 2K4

Toll Free:   1-800-263-3237
Fax: 416-314-3717