Property Taxes

The Town of Tillsonburg Tax Department is responsible for the billing and collection of all interim, final and supplementary property tax billings from residential and non-residential properties.

Learn about property taxes

How property taxes are calculated

Your property tax bill is made up of three main components:

1. Education taxes

This tax rate is set by the Province of Ontario and remitted to your preferred local school board. To change your school board support, contact Municipal Property Assessment Corporation (MPAC).

2. Municipal taxes 

This tax rate is set by the Town of Tillsonburg to cover the cost of supplying municipal services as determined through the annual budget process. Revenues from provincial grants, user fees and other sources are deducted from the total expenditures, resulting in a final amount that needs to be raised through taxation.

3. County taxes

A portion of the tax bill for all residents of the County of Oxford goes back to the County to support their role in supplying various services including Ontario Works, Social Housing, Library and Cultural Services and Land Ambulance.

Property tax due dates

2024 Interim Property Tax Due Dates
  • Thursday, February 22, 2024
  • Thursday, May 23, 2024
2024 Final Property Tax Due Dates
  • Thursday, August 30, 2024
  • Thursday, October 30, 2024

Late payments

Penalty and interest are charged at 1.25% monthly (15% per annum), applied the day after an instalment is due also applied the first business day of each month on all past due balances.

Late payment charges are set in accordance with current legislation and cannot be waived. If payment in full is not received by the instalment due date, a property tax arrears notice will be issued. Failure to receive a bill does not excuse the home owner from payment responsibility.

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