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    Property Tax Information

    The Municipal Property Assessment Corporation (MPAC) is responsible for determining the assessment class(es) and value(s) for each property in Ontario. Municipalities are required to use the assessment values provided by MPAC to calculate property tax rates. The taxes are calculated by multiplying the assessment for each tax class by the respective tax rate for each tax class.

    There are several different ways property taxes can be paid. Generally, there are two (2) different tax bills - interim and final - each with two (2) due dates. The property tax due dates are third last business day of February, April, June and September.


    Tax Bill Due Dates

    The Interim Tax Bill is mailed in early February. This bill has two remittance stubs. The first installment is due February 24, 2017. The second installment is due April 26, 2017.

    The Final 2017 Tax Bill is mailed in early June, and will also have two installment stubs - the due dates for the final tax bills are June 28, 2017 and September, 27, 2017.

    Read more about Tax Bill Due Dates

    Properties, or any portion(s) of a property having a Realty Tax Class and Realty Tax Qualifier of ‘F/T’ as identified by the Municipal Property Assessment Corporation (MPAC) will have the taxes for the ‘FT” portion deferred until September 28th 2016.  The final tax bill for the farm portion will be mailed in August and will be due and payable in one instalment.

    Any questions regarding the ‘Farm Tax Classification’ should be directed to the Ministry of Agriculture, Food & Rural Affairs at 1-800-469-2285 or MPAC at 1-866-296-6722.

    Please include the applicable remittance stub with your payment.

    If you have any questions regarding your tax bill please contact the Town of Halton Hills Tax Division.

    Have your interim or final property tax bill delivered to your own digital mailbox, through Canada Post's epost™ service. At this time, other mailings, such as supplementary billings, overdue notices and general 
    correspondence, cannot be sent via epostTM. These mailings will be sent using Canada Post mail services.


    Methods of Payment

    The Town of Halton Hills provides several different ways to pay your property taxes:

    1. Pre-Authorized Payment Plan
    2. By epost Internet Services
      Have your interim or final property tax bill delivered to your own digital mailbox, through Canada Post's epost™ service. At this time, other mailings, such as supplementary billings, overdue notices and general 
      correspondence, cannot be sent via epostTM. These mailings will be sent using Canada Post mail services.

    3. By Internet/Telephone Banking
      Pay your taxes from your bank account using the internet or your touchtone telephone.

    4. Through your Mortgage Company (interim and final tax bill will be sent to your Mortgage Company for payment.  Once paid a copy of the final tax bill will be sent to you for your records)

    5. Mail your cheque (post-date cheques are accepted, make Cheques payable to the “Town of Halton Hills”)
      Town of Halton Hills
      1 Halton Hills Drive
      Halton Hills ON L7G 5G2

    6. In person
      Pay in person, 8:30 to 4:30 Monday to Friday at the Corporate Services counter at the above address.  We accept cash, cheque and interac

    7. After Hours Drop Box
      You can deposit payments (cheques only) in the Civic Centre drop box located by the front door.

    8. Pay on-line with your credit card
      Plastiq, an online third party payment service provider, allows you to use your credit card to make payments more conveniently through their secure online system.  Plastiq provides the option to pay your property taxes by using your credit card.  Plastiq will be charging you a convenience fee.

      Making payments with the Plastiq system is similar to making any other online credit card payment.  We do not accept credit card payments made in person for property taxes. 

      To make a payment with the Plastiq system go to

      Frequently Asked Questions

    Payments must be received by the Town by the due date to avoid penalty.


    Late Payment Charges

    To avoid late payment charges, payments must reach our office by the due date.

    A late payment charge of 1.25% per month will be added to unpaid taxes on the first day of the month following the tax due date. A further 1.25% will be added on the first day of each subsequent month as long as the taxes remain unpaid.

    The calculation of late payment charges is based on simple interest, not compounding interest.


    Returned Payments

    It is the taxpayer's responsibility to ensure that all cheques are completed properly. Any dishonoured payments will result in a charge of $43.00 being added to your tax account.


    Pre-Authorized Tax Payment Plans

    The Town of Halton Hills has three (3) plans available:

    • Monthly Plan – 10 months (January to October) - account must be up to date.
    • Due Date Plan – withdrawn automatically on each due date during the year
      (February, April, June and September) - account must be up to date.
    • Taxpayer Defined Plan – 12 months (January to December) this plan is for property owners that are in arrears and wish to work towards paying down their balance.  Payment amounts are determined by the property owner.  Penalty will be applied to any past due amounts.    
      Payments are withdrawn on the 3rd last business day of each month.

    Notification will be sent twice a year (January and June) indicating the date of each withdrawal and the amount.  The June notification is your official receipt.  Please retain for income tax purposes.

    Read more about tax payment plans

    Important Dates

    Please note there are two Pre-Authorized Payment Plan start cycles – January and June.
    The deadlines for PAP application submissions for these start cycles are as follows:

    January Start Cycle – December 1st
    June Start Cycle – May 1st

    You May Enrol

    • Property owners may apply for the Monthly or Due Date Plan if your property
      tax account is up-to-date.
    • If you do not pay your taxes with your mortgage
    • If your property is fully assessed

    How to Apply

    The form is also available at the Corporate Services Dept. located in the Halton Hills Civic Centre.
    Please attach a “VOID” cheque and submit the application and void cheque to the
    attention of the Corporate Services Dept.  Please submit one Pre-Authorized application form per property.

    Terms and Conditions - 30 Days Notice is required for any cancellation and/or change


    If a preferred program option is not selected, you will be enrolled in the Monthly Plan.  Should circumstances prevent us from processing withdrawals in the month requested, your account will be enrolled in the next available month.  Enrollment in the pre-authorized payment plan is automatically renewed each year.

    Additional Charges:

    Supplementary/Omitted billings added to the tax account for New Construction or Improvements will not form part of a property tax plan and must be paid separately.

    Returned Payments/Penalties:

    An administrative fee will be applied to your account for payments not cleared by your financial institution.  The Treasurer may remove a property from the property tax payment plan if two (2) instalments fail to be honoured during the same taxation year.  Any unpaid balance of taxes shall be subject to penalties if overdue.

    Sale Of Property - Moving?

    If you are moving within the Town of Halton Hills the plan is NOT TRANSFERABLE.  You must cancel your present plan in writing and complete a new application form and provide a new VOID cheque.


    It is the property owner’s responsibility to cancel their pre-authorized payment plan.  Cancellation must be in writing indicating termination date. 

    Bank Account Changes:

    Our office requires written notification and a new VOID cheque if you are changing your bank account. 
    Pre-authorized Payment Plan Cancellation/Banking Change Form

    Questions regarding the above plans may be directed to the Corporate Services, at 905-873-2601 ext. 2242 or ext. 2244 or by email





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