Permissive Tax Exemption
Property Tax Exemption is available to Township
of Langley-based organizations registered as a not-for-profit organization and
using property for municipal, recreational, religious, cultural, or charitable
To be eligible for a Permissive Tax Exemption,
an organization must meet the requirements under the Community Charter and
comply with the Township of Langley policy and guidelines. For further
information, refer to:
The deadline is July 15 of the current year for the following
- Applicants are
required to complete a Not-For-Profit Application for the 2016 exemption year.
Application is required annually; ownership and property use is reviewed and
approved before a permissive tax exemption can be granted.
- New applicants will receive notification whether
the application is approved or denied.
Places of Worship and Private Schools
- New applicants are
required to complete the Places of Worship Application or Private Schools Application for the 2016 exemption year.
- The Township of
Langley will administer these applications on a five-year cycle. (See below for
- If the application is approved, the organization
will be exempt for the number of years remaining in the cycle.
- In the interim years, organizations are required
to complete a Declaration of Use
Certificate as confirmation that ownership and property use has not changed.
- At the end of this five-year cycle, all
organizations will complete the full application for the next five-year cycle.
- It is the organization’s responsibility to
notify the Township of any changes in property ownership and/or
|Initial Application Year
||Number of Years of Exemption
||Application Due Date
||July 15, 2013
||July 15, 2014
||July 15, 2015
||July 15, 2016
||July 15, 2017
Darlene Foxgord, Manager, Revenue and Tax Collection