Taxes

 The Treasury Department is responsible for the overall financial health of the Municipality.  Treasury functions include Tax Billing and Collection, Investing and Borrowing of Municipal Funds, Budget Preparation, Financial Reporting, Payroll, General Accounting, Accounts Payable and Accounts Receivable.

The documents made available on this page have been prepared for reference purposes only. Every effort is made to ensure the accuracy of this information; however it is not to be used in place of official documents available at the Township Office. If you have an interest in acquiring an official copy of a public document, then please contact the Municipal Office.

Click here to view your ebill  View eBills button. If you have not already registered for this service please go to the section below "Receive your Tax Bill by email" for instructions.

Payment Options

Pay in person

Come into the office at 6648 Road 506, Plevna, Ontario between the hours of 9am and 4pm.  Payment methods accepted are: Cash, Cheque and Debit.

Pay by Mail

Send payments to 6648 Road 506, Plevna, Ontario, K0H 2M0.  Please ensure to provide enough time for the payment to be received prior to the due date.  Payment date is the date received in the office.

Paying Taxes Online

When Paying your taxes with on-line banking through your financial institution, we are listed under:

N for North Frontenac, Township of, Taxes

Your 'Account Number' is your Roll Number. Your Roll Number begins with the County/Municipal number, which is "1042-" (Note; some Financial Institutions require the last 4 zero's and some do not - depending on the number of digits they are asking for)

Pre-Authorized Tax Payment Plan

By completing and submitting the Pre-Authorized Tax Payment Plan – Authorization Agreement Form you will enable the Township to automatically draw payments from your financial institution for your tax bill on the installment due dates. Complete and submit this form to the Township office for processing.

Payment by Credit Card is available

Through a third party provider, Paymentus Corporation, the option to pay your taxes on your credit card on-line is now available, or pay by telephone 1-844-787-4353. Please note a service fee of 1.75% for Visa/Mastercard of the payment amount for any credit card transaction is the responsibility of the credit card holder to pay.

Note: Account number is your 15 digit property tax roll number (does not include the final 4 zero’s).

Receive your Tax Bill by email

New Feature! Go Paperless! You now have the option of receiving your Property Tax bill(s) electronically.

Once you subscribe to online billing, you will no longer receive a paper copy of your Property Tax bill by mail.

How to Subscribe

Follow the link by clicking on the View eBills button button and once the web page opens, click on the “Register” button and follow the steps or view the “Learn how to Register” and then follow the steps.

Validate Your Information

After you finish the registration and validation process, you will receive an email from “Township of North Frontenac ON eCommerce System” EBill2967@jUSTInter.net. In order to have access to the web portal, you must follow the link in the email to validate your information.

Once you have registered and validated

You will need a copy of a recent tax bill to add accounts to your profile. If you are a new owner you will only be able to add your property accounts after receiving your first tax bill by mail.

Account # - Roll number including the last 4 zeros. This number can be found at the top of your tax bill and is entered without hyphens.

Pin # - PIN (9 or 10 digit number) located on the right side of the bill under the heading “Owner(s)”. Use the Pin that corresponds with the name being entered. To be entered with hyphen (-)

Your Name on Bill - Your name as it is listed on the bill (first and last name only)

After you hit continue, you will receive a Terms & Conditions Page, (Date of Birth – 2 digit month and 4 digit year with back slash (/) between month and year.

Address Change

If you have changed your address, you must complete the Change of Address Confirmation Form and return to the Township Office for processing. This ensures you receive all your correspondence accordingly.

Due Dates

Interim Tax Bills: All Classes

To be mailed the first week of March and due in two installments as follows:

  • Due March 28th
  • Due May 29th

Final Tax Bills: for Residential, Farmland and Management Forest, Commercial and Industrial classes anticipated that they will be mailed on August 2nd and are due in two installments as follows:

  • Due August 29th
  • Due October 28th

Tax Assessment

Municipal Property Assessment Corporation (MPAC)

Municipal Property Assessment Corporation (MPAC)
 1-866-296-MPAC (6722)
 1-877-889-MPAC (6722) TTY
Monday - Friday from 8am to 5pm
Visit MPAC

MPAC is a not-for-profit corporation funded by all Ontario municipalities. MPAC's role is to accurately value and classify all properties in Ontario in compliance with the Assessment Act and related regulations set by the Government of Ontario.

Your Property. Our Assessment. Know More About It.
Learn how and why your property was assessed the way it was with 'About My Property'. You can also compare your property assessment with others in your neighbourhood and community, all free of charge. Look for your Roll number and access key on you Property Assessment Notice.

Disagree With Your Assessment?

  1. Visit ‘About My Property'
  2. File a Request for Reconsideration (RfR)
    Filing a RfR is a pre-condition to filing an Assessment Review Board (ARB) appeal for properties in the residential, farm, or managed forests property class. 
  3. File an appeal with the Assessment Review Board (ARB).
    Deadline to file with the ARB is 90 days after notice is given by MPAC on the results of the RfR application.

Visit the ARB or call 1-866-448-2248 for more information

Property assessments are conducted by the Municipal Property Assessment Corporation. Council of North Frontenac Township determines a taxation rate during the annual budget process. These two values are utilized for calculating your property taxation amount.

Tax Rate By Law

View North Frontenac's Tax Rate Bylaw.

Tax Bill Insert

View North Frontenac's Final Tax Bill Insert.

2017

2016

 

 

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