Your tax calculation is based on the assessed value of the property multiplied by the applicable tax rate percentage. For example $100,000 (assessed value) x 1.26% (residential tax rate) = $1,260 (property taxes)
As always, payments can be made at our office by cheque, cash, money order or debit. Residents can also make arrangements to drop off post-dated cheques, set up pre-payment options with participating online banking providers, or pay by credit card through an external third party credit card company. We cannot accept credit card payments at our office.
Find out about full details for payment options.
2020/2021 – Property Tax Changes and Information
Due to the COVID-19 virus council has delayed when the tax bills were being sent out; Council recently decided to send out 2020- 2021 tax bills the first of May, 2020 with a due date July 31, 2020.
Council has decided to lower the 2020-2021 interest rate from 14% to 10% per annum (charged monthly), the new interest rate applies to all types of overdue accounts. Council has decided not to charge interest for March 2020, April 2020, May 2020 and June 2020 however interest will start being charged July 31, 2020 for all types of overdue accounts at the 10% per annum.
Please call our Finance Department at 902-875-3544 ext. 222, if you require more information.