Home Owner Grants

Home Owner Grant applications are due July 2, 2019.

The Home Owner Grant is a provincial subsidy program that reduces the amount of property tax you pay for your principal residence. Property owners must meet the eligibility requirements and complete an application form each year.

Do you need help understanding your property tax notice? To determine which grant you may be eligible for view a sample property tax notice with descriptions. ​PLEASE NOTE: Home Owner Grant applications must be filed annually. Any applications that are incomplete, unclaimed, or late, will result in penalty charges. Grants that are not claimed are considered equivalent to unpaid taxes and subject to penalty charges.

Ways to Apply for Your Home Owner Grant (HOG)

Claim Your Home Owner Grant Online (eHOG). Have your tax notice nearby (for Folio Number and Access Code) before claiming your grant online. For help understanding your property tax statement view our sample tax notice with descriptions.

Apply online (eHOG) 

Other ways to apply: 

In Person at the Tournament Capital Centre (TCC)

Due to road work occuring near City Hall, a temporary kiosk for paying property taxes and claiming Home Owner Grants is set up at the TCC.

  • Tournament Capital Centre (TCC).
  • 910 McGill Road, Parks and Rec Office (second floor).
  • Summer business hours (Monday to Friday, 8:00 am—4:00 pm) are in effect.
In Person at City Hall

Note: Please be advised of road work near City Hall. Residents are encouraged to apply for their Home Owner Grant via alternate methods to avoid traffic congestion. 

  • City Hall is located at 7 Victoria St. West.
  • Summer hours (Monday to Friday, 8:00 am—4:00 pm) are in effect.


Drop Boxes

You may deposit completed Home Owner Grant applications and property taxes to the following drop boxes:

  • City Hall, 7 Victoria Street West (drop box is located beside the front entrance and is accessible 24 hours). 
  • Tournament Capital Centre (TCC), 910 McGill Road (drop box is located at the first-floor counter and is accessible during TCC hours, 5:30 am–11:00 pm daily).
  • North Shore Community Policing Office, 915 7th Street (drop box is located inside the front entrance and is accessible Monday to Friday, 8:00 am–12:00 pm and 1:00–4:00 pm)
By Mail

You may submit your Home Owner Grant application with propery tax payment to:

  • City of Kamloops Revenue Division
  • 7 Victoria Street West
  • Kamloops BC, V2C 1A2

Important: Mail early to avoid a penalty! You are responsible for ensuring that the City receives your payment by the due date.