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Realty (property) taxes are levied by the town. Taxes provide the main source of revenue to deliver services supplied by the town, the region and school boards located in Oakville.
Properties are assigned a tax class depending on the use or purpose of each property. Annual tax rates are set and applied to each tax class. The tax levy for property is calculated by using the applicable tax rate and the assessed value assigned to each property. To look up your property tax assessment use the Tax Assessment Comparison Tool.
For more information about your property taxes, contact:
Oakville Tax Office
1225 Trafalgar Road
Oakville, ON L6H 0H3
The assessed value of a property is commonly referred to as the current value assessment or CVA. The CVA is an estimate of the market value of a property at a fixed point in time (the valuation date), or the amount the property would sell for in an open market on a given date (i.e. what a willing buyer would pay a willing seller for the property).
In Ontario, the Municipal Property Assessment Corporation (MPAC) assigns the assessed value and tax class to all properties every four years. Municipalities have no authority to assign, alter or change the assessed value or tax class of property.
For more information visit the assessments and appeals page or contact:
Property Assessment Notices
Visit the property assessment notices page to learn more.
Certified tax statements
A Certified Tax Statement provides the current tax status for a property. Visit the Certified Tax Statement page for details.
Please contact the Oakville Tax Office at 905-338-4222 to ensure that all requirements are met for our various programs prior to downloading and submitting applicable forms.
Notice of Ownership Change (pdf, 33 kB)
Notice of Mailing Address Change (pdf, 33 kB)
Application for Pre-authorized Tax Payment Plan (pdf, 66 kB)
Application for Low-income Seniors and/or Low-income Persons with Disabilities Property Tax Deferral Program (pdf, 48 kB)
Application for Commercial and Industrial Vacancy Rebate of Property Taxes (pdf, 65 kB)
Application for Registered Charities Rebate Program (pdf, 24 kB)
Application for Senior’s Property Tax Reduction (pdf, 55 kB) - not available pending passing of 2014 by-law
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