Owners of heritage properties in Kingston are invited to attend one of the three drop-in sessions being offered by the City to provide information on its Heritage Property Grant and Heritage Property Tax Refund programs.
“Kingston’s heritage properties are the cornerstone of Kingston’s identity and not only enrich our community but add to its economic prosperity,” said Andrea Gummo, Acting Manager, Policy Planning. “These programs are meant to support those who own and are the stewards of these heritage properties, and to help them keep them in good repair for the enjoyment of future generations.”
Gummo added in the release that the sessions have been timed to allow heritage property owners to get their applications for the grant and tax relief programs in by the end of March and February, respectively.
The sessions are being held on January 14, 15 and 16 between 9am and 4pm at the Heritage Resource Centre in City Hall, 216 Ontario Street.
Additional information about these programs and additional resources for heritage-property owners can be found on the City’s HRC page.