Revenue Services

Revenue Services provides billing, collection, payment processing and account administration services for property taxes, water and solid waste collection, parking tickets, Municipal Land Transfer Tax and other corporate revenues.

Service Update

Alert: The City of Toronto does not send emails about outstanding parking fines or issue reminders through a third party. If you receive such an email, do not click on any of the links - simply delete the email. Outstanding parking tickets or violation notices can be viewed and paid using the City's Parking Ticket Services online application.

Important Notice

Coming soon: New parking violation dispute process

Starting August 28, 2017, the City of Toronto will introduce an easier, more convenient process for disputing parking violations. Disputes will be handled by the City instead of through the court, providing you with faster resolutions and a more efficient process. Learn more:

Starting August 28 - Paying a Parking Violation

Online Parking Ticket Services, by mail or in-person. Starting August 28, 2017 in-person parking ticket payments will be accepted at more Customer Service Counter Locations as of August 28.

Please note: the Parking Ticket counter at 1530 Markham Road will close effective September 18, 2017.

Disputing a Parking Violation

For tickets issued before August 28, you may make a payment or initiate a dispute at any of the locations below until September 18, 2017:

  • Metro Hall, 55 John Street, 3rd Floor (opens August 28)
  • Toronto City Hall, 100 Queen Street West, Main Floor
  • North York Civic Centre, 5100 Yonge Street, Lower Level
  • York Civic Centre, 2700 Eglinton Avenue West, Main Floor
  • Parking Ticket Operations East, 1530 Markham Road, Main Floor

The counter at 1530 Markham Road will close September 18, 2017.

Options to dispute a ticket issued on or after August 28:

  • Submit a dispute online:
  • Schedule an in-person review online
  • Schedule an in-person review at a Screening Office:
    • Metro Hall, 55 John Street, 3rd Floor (opens August 28)
    • North York Civic Centre, 5100 Yonge Street, Main Floor
  • Visit a Screening Office for a drop-in in-person review:
    • Metro Hall, 55 John Street, 3rd Floor (opens August 28)
    • North York Civic Centre, 5100 Yonge Street, Main Floor

Please note: the parking service counter at 1530 Markham Road will close effective September 18, 2017.

Important Notice - Tax

Tax & Water Relief Program

The City of Toronto is aware that some residents are receiving phone calls from a third party informing them they may be eligible for the City's Tax & Water Relief Program, and attempting to schedule a house visit to view water usage and utility bills.

The City does not partner with any third party in delivering the Tax & Water Relief Program. Anyone who receives a phone call is advised to not provide any personal information and to not agree to a house visit.

If you have any questions about the Tax & Water Relief Program, call 311.

Online Services

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Revenue Services

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Property Taxes

Find out more about your Property Tax bill, cycle and rates. Learn more about special circumstances surrounding Property Tax and access resources and information.

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Utility Bills

Learn more about paying and reading your utility bill. Find information about the rates and fees and utility programs.

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Parking Tickets

Pay your parking ticket or obtain information regarding the parking ticket dispute process.

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Municipal Land Transfer Tax

Learn more about the Municipal Land Transfer Tax (MLTT) will be charged on properties purchased in Toronto and on disposition of all beneficial interests with closing dates on or after February 1, 2008

City Finance - How your tax dollars are invested and managed

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City Finance

City of Toronto finances include corporate financial management, reporting and policy development. Learn how the City budget works and how your tax dollars are invested and managed for a prosperous and financially sustainable Toronto.

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City of Toronto Budget

The City budget is a financial plan that describes the money the City will raise and spend within a year.

Every year City staff put forward a recommended budget and then the Mayor and City Council, with input from Toronto residents and businesses, make choices about the City's services and programs.

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