Property tax billing occurs twice per year. Interim billing is sent out in February with installment payments due in March and June. Final billing is sent out in July with installment payments due in September and November.
|2021 Interim installments are due:||2021 Final installments are due:|
Monday March 29, 2021
Monday June 28, 2021
Monday September 27, 2021
Monday November 29, 2021
To ensure your tax bill is received on time and to avoid misdirected mail, please advise the municipal office at email@example.com of any change in mailing address.
Overdue/Past Due Taxes
- Taxes are subject to a 1.25% penalty on the first day of default
- 1.25% interest will be added on the first day of each month until paid
Failure to receive a tax bill does not relieve the property owner from payment of taxes nor from penalty for late payment.
- You can pay by cash, cheque or Interac at the Municipal Office, 7275 Sideroad 16, Drayton
- By mail at PO Box 160 Drayton, ON N0G 1P0
- At most financial institutions and through their online/telephone banking
- Setting up a pre-authorized payment
- Through our mail slot 24/7 at the Municipal Office, 7275 Sideroad 16, Drayton
The Municipal Property Assessment Corporation (MPAC) has the role of accurately valuing and classifying properties in Ontario in accordance with the Assessment Act and the regulations established by the Ontario Government. MPAC provides a range of services including the preparation of the annual assessment rolls for use by municipalities and the Province of Ontario to calculate property taxes and education taxes. When your municipality/local taxing authority sets property tax rates, your assessed value and classification are used to determine your property taxes. An assessment increase does not necessarily mean your taxes will increase.
For questions about your property taxes, please contact the Township of Mapleton at 519-638-3313.
For more information about MPAC, please call 1-866-296-6722.
Low Income Seniors and Persons with Disabilities Property Tax Rebate
County of Wellington Tax Rebate
The County of Wellington offers a tax relief program for low-income seniors and low-income persons with disabilities. The intent of this program is to provide a mechanism to assist those least able to pay a significant increase in taxes due to a reassessment. Applications must be received by the first of November of the taxation year in which the relief is being requested. For more information, please contact the Township of Mapleton's Finance Department at 519-638-3313 or visit the County of Wellington tax relief webpage.
Ontario Senior Homeowners' Property Tax Grant
In addition to the tax rebate offered by the County, the Province provides a grant to help low income seniors with the cost of their property taxes. For more information on the Ontario Senior Homeowners' Property Tax Grant program, please visit the Ontario Ministry of Finance website.
Tax Rebates for Eligible Charities
Wellington County offers a tax rebate program for charities and other similar organizations which either own or lease space in a commercial or industrial property. County Council has approved a rebate of 40% of taxes paid by an eligible charity on the eligible property it occupies. Applications, accompanied by proof of taxes paid, should be directed to the Township of Mapleton's Finance Department. Requests may be submitted between January 1 of the taxation year and the last day of February of the following taxation year.
For more information, please visit the Wellington County website contact the Township of Mapleton Municipal Office at 519-638-3313.