The final tax bills were mailed the first week of June. The final two instalment dates to remember are Friday, June 24th, 2016 and Friday, September 30th, 2016. If you are a new property owner, or have not received a bill, we can send you a copy upon notification. Any 2016 assessment appeals will not appear until after the final bill, but will be processed in June or July after the final billing.
If you have questions about billing, or if you have not received your Tax Bill, please contact the Tax Department. Failure to receive your tax notice does not prevent you from incurring penalty charges for late payment.
See our Tax Rate page.
See our Forms page.
Often, after a final billing, a mortgage company will readjust the tax payment portion of the mortgage to account for either a surplus or deficit in your mortgage tax account. We would like to remind you that this adjustment is not necessarily always because your property tax has increased or decreased from the previous year, but may be because the mortgage company was either not originally collecting enough for the monthly payment, or was collecting too much.
If you have questions about the tax adjustment on your mortgage account, it is always a good idea to contact your mortgage company first - they should be able to provide the primary cause behind any payment adjustments.
To find out how to pay your tax bill, see our Methods of Paying Your Tax Bill page.
The deadline for the 2014 Vacancy Rebate Program is February 28, 2016. Applications received after this date cannot be accepted by the Town of Greater Napanee under any circumstances.
This legislation applies only to Commercial/Industrial properties. Multi-residential properties do not qualify. The Vacancy Rebate Application Form is also available at the Town Hall, 124 John Street.
The guidelines for vacancy rebates can be found on the website of the Municipal Property Assessment Corporation website or from the Town Hall.
See the Farm Property Tax Class Rate Program: Question and Answer page on the Ministry of Agriculture and Food website.
See the Automatic Rent Reductions and Tax Decreases page on the Landlord and Tenant Board website.
Please visit the Municipal Property Assessment Corporation website.