Current Tax Sale Property Listing

Potential Postal Disruption

In the event of a postal disruption, you are still responsible to ensure your property tax payments are received by the due date. Penalty and interest charges will apply for payments received or postmarked after the due date.

There are several convenient payment options available:

  • At most banks or financial institutions in person, at the automated teller machine (ATM), or through their internet or telephone banking. Retain your receipt.
    Note: Property roll numbers are assigned to the property, not the property owner. Please ensure that the bank and online banking information reflects your correct 11-digit roll number to avoid payments being applied to the incorrect property. You will be charged a fee to correct a misapplied payment.
     
  • By mail. Please make cheques payable to the City of Hamilton and mail your payment to:
    • City of Hamilton
      Corporate Services Department, Taxation Section
      71 Main St. West
      PO Box 2040 STN LCD 1
      Hamilton, ON
      L8N 0A3
  • In person at Hamilton City Hall, 71 Main Street West or at your local Municipal Service Centres in Ancaster, Dundas (closed Fridays), Flamborough (closed Fridays), Glanbrook and Stoney Creek from 8:30 am to 4:30 pm. After hours drop boxes are available at these locations.
     
  • Joining one of our five convenient pre-authorized payment plans, for which there is no fee to join.

Please visit www.hamilton.ca/tax for more detailed information.

Failure to receive a tax bill does not relieve taxpayers of their obligation. If you have any questions about your property tax bill, or if you did not receive your tax bill, please call 905-546-2489 (if calling from Campbellville 905-634-2971) or email taxsupport@hamilton.ca

TAKE NOTICE that tenders are invited for the purchase of the land(s) described below and will be received until 3 pm local time on Tuesday November 13, 2018 at the Citizen Service Centre 1st Floor City Hall, 71 Main Street West, Hamilton, Ontario.

The tenders will then be opened in public on the same day at 3:10 pm local time in Room 264 of City Hall, 71 Main Street West, Hamilton, Ontario.

Interested in submitting a tender? Learn more about how to submit a tender

The maps are presented as a guide only and are not to be interpreted for the purposes of structures, size and/or accessibility to the property. It is the responsibility of the potential bidder to confirm all details with the respect to the property.

Sale of lands for tax arrears

  1. 1501-500 Green Road (PDF, 146 KB)
    Roll No. 003.044.22000
    Unit 1, Level 14, Wentworth Condominium Plan No. 65;
    Pt Lts 1, 2 PL M101, As in Declaration LT64417,
    Amended By LT68579; Stoney Creek, City of Hamilton
    PIN # 18065-0209 (LT)
    Assessed Value: $191,000 (According to the last returned assessment roll) 2018 phased-in assessed value is: $177,000
    Minimum Tender Amount: $19,508.66    

  2. 457 Kenilworth Avenue North (PDF, 227 KB)
    Roll No. 040.323.03860
    LT 397, PL 505; Hamilton
    PIN # 17249-0246 (LT)
    0.07AC 25.00FR 120.00D  more or less
    Accessed Value: $202,000 (According to the last returned assessment roll) 2018 phased-in assessed value is: $178,500
    Minimum Tender Amount: $31,320.09

  3. 143 Niagara Street (PDF, 173 KB)
    Roll No. 030.224.01240
    PT LT 43 PL 32 As in CD1300; City of Hamilton
    PIN # 17576-0080 (LT)
    0.04AC 24.00FR 66.83D  more or less
    Assessed Value: $166,000 (According to the last returned assessment roll) 2018 phased-in assessed value is: $151,000
    Minimum Tender Amount: $25,391.47

  4. 250 East 44th Street (PDF, 171 KB)
    Roll No. 060.604.00370
    PT LTS 49 & 50, PL 972, As in HL47983; Hamilton
    PIN # 17005-0173 (LT)
    0.12AC 50.00FR 103.94D  more or less
    Assessed Value: $305,000 (According to the last returned assessment roll) 2018 phased-in assessed value is: $272,500
    Minimum Tender Amount: $42,411.56

  5. 63 Smith Avenue (PDF, 190 KB)
    Roll No. 030.217.06150
    PT LT 25, PL 234, As in CD510893; Hamilton
    PIN # 17184-0199 (LT)
    0.06AC 20.50FR 123.00D  more or less
    Assessed Value: $188,000 (According to the last returned assessment roll) 2018 phased-in assessed value is: $163,500
    Minimum Tender Amount: $26,131.28

  6. 157 West 24th Street (PDF, 169 KB)
    Roll No. 081.012.08820
    LT 235, PL 842; Hamilton
    PIN # 17033-0076 (LT)
    0.14AC 50.00FR 120.00D  more or less
    Assessed Value: $346,000 (According to the last returned assessment roll) 2018 phased-in assessed value is: $305,000
    Minimum Tender Amount: $25,688.39

  7. CANCELLED

  8. CANCELLED

  9. 1771 Highway 5 West (PDF, 176 KB)
    Roll No. 301.340.05400
    PT LT 20, CON 3 Beverly, As in CD343214; Flamborough, City of Hamilton
    PIN # 17555-0122 (LT)
    IRREG, 99.67AC 1129.55FR   more or less
    Assessed Value: $1,927,000 (According to the last returned assessment roll) 2018 phased-in assessed value is: $1,659,000
    Minimum Tender Amount: $286,157.88  

  10. 64-800 Paramount Drive  (PDF, 146 KB)
    Roll No. 003.650.75128
    Unit 16, Level 1, Wentworth Condominium Plan No. 295 And its Appurtenant Interest.
    The description of the Condominium property is: Pt Lt 32 Con 7 Saltfleet, Parts 16,17,18,19,20,21,22,23,24,25,26,27,28,29,30,31,32,33,34,35,36,37,38,39,40,41,42,43,44,45,46,52,53,54,55 and 56 on 62R15218; S/T LT375293; LT543656 and S/T and T/W the rights and easements as in LT578843 and LT593357; S/T a right to enter within 5 yrs from 00/05/31 As in LT603274; Stoney Creek, City of Hamilton
    PIN # 18295-0016 (LT)
    Assessed Value: $298,000 (According to the last returned assessment roll) 2018 phased-in assessed value is: $264,000
    Minimum Tender Amount: $23,421.19

Tenders must be submitted using the prescribed form and must be accompanied by a deposit in the form of a money order or of a bank draft or cheque certified by a bank or trust company payable to the City of Hamilton and representing at least 20% of the tender amount. Please note that a personalized certified cheque from a Credit Union is not acceptable.

The municipality makes no representation regarding the title to or any other matters including any environmental concerns relating to the land to be sold. Any existing Federal or Provincial liens or executions will remain on title and may become the responsibility of the potential purchaser. Responsibility for ascertaining these matters rests with the potential purchasers. The municipality does not provide an opportunity for potential purchasers to view properties nor is it in a position to provide successful purchasers with a key or vacant possession.

This sale is governed by Part XI of the Municipal Act, 2001 and as amended by The Municipal Statute Law Amendment Act, 2002. The successful purchaser is required to pay any relevant federal or provincial taxes that may apply on closing (including land transfer tax and HST). Failure to complete the transaction by the successful bidder (highest or if failed, second highest bidder) will result in the forfeiture of their deposit.

The municipality has no obligation to provide vacant possession to the successful purchaser.