Property Taxes
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About Property Taxes

In Ontario, all municipalities collect property taxes from the owners of buildings and land located within their boundaries. These revenues are used to provide residents with municipal services. Municipalities also collect the school tax and the upper-tier municipal tax (counties). 

The Village of Casselman property taxes include these three elements: 

  • Lower-tier municipal tax - rate is set by the Village 
  • School tax - rate is set by the province 
  • Upper-tier municipal tax - rate is set by the United Counties of Prescott-Russell 

The amount of property taxes paid by individual property owners is based on the property’s market value assessment, class and tax rate. The value of every property is assessed by the Municipal Property Assessment Corporation (MPAC) in accordance with the Ontario Assessment Act.

Tax Rates 

To consult rates by property class for the current and the three previous years, please consult Tax Rates.

Billing and Payment Options 

Tax bills are issued four times a year: in March, May, August and October. The first ones are interim invoices based on estimates, as budgets and tax rates may not have been adopted yet. The final invoice is issued in August and includes special fees. 

Starting in 2017, you will have the option of receiving your tax bills by email. When choosing or modifying your payment options, you may also register for e-billing. 

You may pay your tax bills using one of several payment options

Assessment of Your Property 

To find out more about property assessment and market trends, visit Municipal Property Assessment Corporation (MPAC).

You may also verify the information about the assessment of your property and file a Request for Reconsideration by opening a session at About My Property. You will need your role number and access code indicated on your Property Assessment Notice to create an account or login. 

Change of Ownership or Address 

If the property has changed ownership, send the tax bill to the new owner or return it to our office, indicating who now owns the property. 

If your mailing address changes, please advise our office in writing. Failure to receive a tax bill does not discharge you from paying it or any penalties or interest charged at a rate of 1.25% per month for late payment. 

Please send us your new address using the online form on our Contact page

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