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Township tax bills are sent out twice a year, and are due in four instalments:
First Billing: Sent out each January
Instalments Due: Last business day of February and April
Second Billing: Sent out each June
Instalments Due: Last business days of July and September
HOW YOU CAN MAKE TAX PAYMENTS:
Sign Up for An Easy Way to Pay Your Taxes!
- Never worry about missing a due date again
- NO special trips or line-ups
- NO postage
- NO cheques
- NO late payment fees
Our Pre-Authorized Payment Program is a very convenient way to manage your property tax bill. Simply fill out the form available by CLICKING HERE (or pick one up at the Township office) attach a blank cheque, return these to our office by the end of September and an amount will automatically be withdrawn from your bank each month to cover your annual taxes.
- In person at the Township Office, located at 217 Harper Road (by cash, cheque, money order or debit card). Please note, we do not accept credit card payments;
- By mail (please remove the stub from your tax notice and submit with your cheque);
- From home via tele-banking or internet. When paying your tax bill by Internet or telephone banking, you must use your roll number located at the top corner of your tax bill. (Roll No. Example: 09 11 916 ___ _____ 0000);
- At your own bank using our new coded bill (please note – sufficient time is required for payments to reach Tay Valley by the due date shown on the tax bill. Please allow several business days for mail to reach us by the due date or up to two weeks for payments made directly at the bank);
- After hours (a drop box is located beside our front steps)
Please note – We charge a 1.25% monthly interest on overdue accounts, so don’t be late!
For Commercial and Industrial property owners, there is a rebate program offered, if your site has been vacant. Eligibility criteria and application forms are available at the Township Office.
Any questions regarding taxes can be directed to either Maxeen Munro or Pat McTavish.
Tax rates are determined and taxes levied after the Township prepares and Council adopts an annual budget of estimated revenues and expenditures.
The Finance Department consists of the Treasurer, Deputy-Treasurer/Tax Collector and Finance Assistant. The Finance Assistant welcomes residents at the Front Counter accepting payments for dog tags, taxes and sports registration. The Treasurer presents annually the Budget for Council approval, which sets out the Township’s Operational and Capital needs, while the Tax Collector can assist you with questions pertaining to your tax account, including arrears.
Audited Financial Statements
The “Notice – Publication of 2009 Financial Statements” may be viewed by clicking HERE
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