Property Information & Taxes

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The Hamilton Fire Department would like to know how residents feel about the services we are providing. Your responses will help identify what is important to you, where we are performing well and areas where we can improve.

Take the survey

Le Service des incendies souhaite que les résidents donnent leur avis sur les services offerts.  Vos réponses nous aideront à identifier ce qui est important pour vous, ce que nous faisons bien et ce que nous devons améliorer.

Participer à l'enquête

The City of Hamilton is committed to keeping residents informed on property tax issues. To promote greater understanding of the subject, the City offers a variety of tax tools and information to help you:

Receiving your property tax bill

There are two ways to receive your property tax bill:

By mail

  • An interim tax bill is mailed out in early February with instalments due the:
    • Last business day of February and April
  • A final tax bill is mailed out in early June with instalments due the:
    • Last business day of June and September

Electronically through ePost

The City of Hamilton and Canada Post have teamed up to offer electronic delivery of property tax bills through ePost.

The benefits of receiving your tax bill electronically are:

  • It is free
  • It is environmentally friendly
  • It is secure and private
  • Bills can be stored and retrieved for up to seven years
  • You have access anywhere, anytime, to your tax bills

Sign up online at your bank or www.epost.ca to receive future tax bills electronically.