2017 Final Property Tax Bill
The Town of Innisfil Final Property Tax Bills were sent out on Wednesday May 31st, 2017. The installment due dates are:
Thursday June 29th, 2017 and
Thursday September 28th, 2017
Payments are due on or before the above due dates. Penalty will be applied on any unpaid or outstanding taxes on the first day of each month. For electronic or bank payments, please allow up to 3 to 5 business days for your bank to process your payment.
If you do not receive your Tax Bill, please call the Town Office at 705-436-3710. Failure to receive your tax bill does not waive any liability for payment of taxes or penalty and interest charges.
Pre-Authorized Payment Plan bills show your monthly amount on the top right hand side of the bill. Property Owners that have their taxes paid by their mortgage company are sent a copy of their tax bill for their records.
New Property Owners – if you have not received a tax bill please contact the Tax Department.
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The amount of property tax payable on land and/or buildings is the result of a calculation using the Current Value Assessment (CVA) of a property and multiplying it by the tax rates for the applicable class of property.
The Municipal Property Assessment Corporation (MPAC) is responsible for assessing all property in the Town. Its main responsibility is to calculate assessed values, and to classify properties according to their use. These values are provided to the Town on the annual assessment rolls. The Town, County and the Province use these values when calculating property taxes and education taxes. For further information and assessment related questions, please contact MPAC at 1-866-296-6722 or on the internet at www.mpac.ca
Wondering About Your Account Standing?
You can now access your Property Tax information online with e-bill. This free service gives you access to your records 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Tax Adjustment Information
The 357/358 Application is used for tax adjustment for such reasons as fire, demolition, clerical/factual error, repairs and reno preventing normal use, etc.