Older Adults (65+) or Persons with Disabilities Tax Assistance

The Town of Caledon offers a $1,050 property tax rebate to low-income older adults (65+) and low-income persons with disabilities. This rebate aligns with our Age-Friendly Caledon Action Plan by providing opportunities for you to remain in your home as you age.

The rebate is applied to your property tax account to offset property taxes. 


Complete the Older Adults (65+) or Persons with Disabilities Tax Assistance Application.

You must apply each year by December 31 in the year being applied for. However, we encourage you to apply by April 30 each year to ensure the rebate is processed before the final property tax installment is due.

You will receive a letter by mail from the Town once your application has been reviewed.


To qualify for this rebate, you must own and live in your home.

For older adults (65+) to qualify, you must:

  • Be 65 years of age or older by the date of the application
  • Receive the monthly guaranteed income supplement (GIS) under Part II of the Old Age Security Act
  • Own and live in the home for at least a year prior to the application date

For persons with disabilities to qualify, you must:

This residential property tax rebate, where allowed, will be an outright grant made by the Town and will not entail repayment of any kind.