Interim Tax Bills & Parks and Recreation Master Plan

Posted by Michelle Cuthbert on Tuesday, February 5th, 2019

Our Interim Tax Bills are headed to mailboxes this week and our envelopes have a message for residents: Tell us how you #PORTicipate! A reminder to complete the Parks & Recreation Master Plan survey. To watch our video to learn more, click here.
To learn more about the Parks and Recreation Master Plan, visit www.portcolborne.ca/page/prmp

More about Interim Tax Bills:

How are interim taxes calculated? Your present year assessment X ½ of last year’s tax rate.
Did you know? The interim bill cannot amount to more than ½ of the previous year’s final adjusted taxes. However, the interim bill does not represent half of the current year’s taxes. Know your payment options: taxes are payable with roll number at any financial institution, City Hall or by cheque. We also offer e-billing and pre-authorized payment plans, either on the due date, or, on a 12 month plan! For more details, or to register for a payment plan, visit: http://portcolborne.ca/page/taxes

 
 
 

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