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Tax Installment Due Dates

The 2024 due dates for property taxes are as follows:

Interim Tax Levy
Instalment One: March 28, 2024
Instalment Two: June 28, 2024

Final Tax Levy
Instalment One: August 30, 2024
Instalment Two: October 31, 2024

*Please note that Town Hall will be closed March 29, 2024 and April 1st to observe Good Friday and Easter Monday holiday. If you are planning to make your property tax payment in person, please visit the office by March 28, 2024, or make use of the dropbox located outside of our Talbot St West entrance. Alternatively, you can make your payment online or at your banking institution. Payment of taxes must be made on or before March 28, 2024 to avoid late fees.

Information on how to “set-up” your tax account for online payment with your Financial Institution.

Online Banking Payee Information

Pre-Authorized Payment Plan

Save time with the pre-authorized payment (PAP) plans for property tax! We offer PAP Plans to make it easier to pay your municipal tax bills, and to help avoid late fees. There is no cost for this service.

If you pay by PAP Plan, you still will receive two tax bills. These are statements for your records. You can opt to receive these bills by email or by mail.

>> aylmer.ca/pap-plan

New in 2024 Email Delivery of Tax Notices

Go paperless! The Town of Aylmer will be offering optional email delivery of property tax notices to commence in 2024.

Never lose your tax bill again. Sign up for e-billing, a fast and convenient way to have your tax bills sent to your email.

Complete this form to subscribe to email billing:

>> aylmer.ca/go-paperless

All property owners in the Town of Aylmer should have received their Property Assessment Notice for the 2017 – 2020 property tax years from MPAC. If you have not received your notice and would like to know what your new assessment is please contact MPAC at 1-866-296-6722.

This notice provides you with your property assessment as at January 2016. If this is an increase over your previous assessment as at January 1, 2012 the difference will be phased in over 4 years. If the difference is a decrease the decrease takes effect immediately.

The Local Assessment Office is located at Westmount Shopping Centre, Upper level Unit 252, 785 Wonderland Rd S, London, Ontario. They can be reached at 1-866-296-6722 to answer your assessment type questions.

For further information about property assessment visit the MPAC site.

Frequently Asked Questions – Taxation

Tax Bills and Payment Options

Sale of Lands by Public Tender

Tax Certificate can be requested at a cost of $65.00. This certificate provides all the information available in the Property Assessment Roll as well as current owner and taxation information. Please provide a minimum notice of five business days when requesting Tax Certificates, to allow sufficient time for staff to process and reply to your requests. Verbals will not be provided and fax requests will not be processed until funds are received.

Please send your request along with payment to:

Town of Aylmer
46 Talbot St West
Aylmer, ON N5H 1J7

You can also sign up for propertyline via the MPAC website to obtain information on individual properties.

2024 Tax Rates

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Please use this form to correct errors or omission to your assessment roll information.

Correction to Assessment Roll Form

Use the link below to look up municipal addresses or roll numbers in the Town of Aylmer.

Municipal Address Listing / Roll Numbers

Please note that the Town of Aylmer makes no representation or warranties with respect to the accuracy of the information on the attached listing. Please verify with Land Registry or MPAC should there be any discrepancies.

The Property Assessment Roll is currently available for review by the public at our office. The Roll provides roll numbers, legal descriptions and owners information, at the time of printing.

Verbal information will not be provided.

For your convenience, a listing cross referencing the municipal address with the roll number is attached. Any corrections to this information should be provided on the Correction to Assessment Roll form link provided below.

There are a number of ways to appeal your property assessment:

Form 357/358

This form may be used to request tax assessment relief if your property has ceased to be liable to be taxed at the current tax rate, has become exempt, has been razed or damaged by fire/demolition/otherwise, sickness or extreme poverty, mobile unit has been removed or repairs/renovations preventing normal use for a period of 3 months. A form 357/358 must be obtained and filed with Municipal Staff by February 28th in the year following the reason for application.

Form 357/358

Request For Reconsideration (RFR)

All appeals must be submitted by filing a Request for Reconsideration to MPAC by the deadline listed on the assessment notice. By submitting an RFR the resident is asking the Municipal Property Assessment Corporation to review their property assessment. There is no fee for an RFR. The deadline for submitting a Request for Reconsideration is listed on your MPAC Property Assessment Notice.

Further information regarding Requests For Reconsideration may be obtained at http://www.mpac.ca.

Resolving Assessment Concerns:

https://www.mpac.ca/HowAssessmentWorks/QuestionsaboutyourAssessment

Forms:

https://www.mpac.ca/HowAssessmentWorks/Forms

Assessment Review Board Complaints (ARB)

To be able to file a complaint with the Assessment Review Board, a property owner must have previously submitted a Request for Reconsideration to MPAC by the notice deadline.

Further information regarding assessment appeals may be obtained at http://elto.gov.on.ca/arb/appeal-process/

2024 Final Tax Levy Bylaw

2024 Interim Tax Levy Bylaw

2023 Tax Levy Bylaw

Low Income Seniors and Low Income Persons with Disabilities

Tax relief is available for Low Income Seniors or Low Income Persons with Disabilities in the form of a cancellation of the annual increase in taxes over $200. Low Income Seniors or Low Income Persons with Disabilities who qualify are responsible for the first $200 of a tax increase per year.

Applications must be submitted with proof of qualification by April, 30 of the current year for which you are applying for the rebate.

Low Income Seniors & Low Income Persons with Disabilities By-Law 07-33

Low Income Seniors & Low Income Persons with Disabilities Application Form

Property Tax Rebate Program for Eligible Charities

Tax relief is available for Eligible Charities within the County of Elgin. Applications must be submitted with proof of eligibility by December 1, of the previous year for which you are applying for the rebate, to your local municipal office.

Rebate for Eligible Charities By-Law 07-23

Rebate for Eligible Charities Application Form

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