Revenue Services

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Property Tax

Final property tax bills for 2017 will be mailed to property owners between May 17 and June 9.

The final property tax bill is the second of two bills issued for 2017. The interim property tax bill was mailed in January 2017. To learn more about the final tax billing, see New for 2017 Final Tax Bill.

Payments must reach our offices before the instalment due dates to avoid penalty or interest charges. There are a number of options available to pay your taxes.

Inquiry/Cashier counters at Civic Centres and City Hall will have extended hours 8:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. from Thursday, June 29 to July 4, 2017.

Important Notice - 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.

Property Tax Calculator

Take the guesswork out of Toronto residential taxes with the enhanced Property Tax calculator. Get tax estimates instantly to help plan and budget for your next move. The calculator also provides a detailed estimate of the tax rate for residential properties and a breakdown of how your tax dollars are working for you. This is part of the City's commitment to modernizing and improving customer service.

Your Bill

Rates and Dates

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2017 Fees

Administrative fees in accordance with the City of Toronto Municipal Code. 

Property Tax Arrears

Arrears Collection Process

Property taxes are payable on their due date. The City of Toronto will take action to collect overdue property taxes.