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Final property tax bills — delayed by the pandemic — to be mailed in August

Normally, final tax bills are due in June, but the city pushed the due date back as part of COVID-19 response
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Final property tax bills will be in the mail in August after being delayed by several months as part of the City of Greater Sudbury’s pandemic response. 

Normally, those tax bills are due in June and July, but as part of providing some relief to taxpayers who were laid off or unable to work because of the pandemic, the city opted to delay the due date this year. 

Now, those tax bills will come with due dates of Sept. 1 and Oct. 1, 2020. 

City council approved the new due dates during the July 7 meeting.

There are number of ways to pay your property tax bill, including:

By mail, in person or via telephone banking;

Through your mortgage, arranged through your mortgage company, or;

By enrolling in a pre-authorized payment plan where payments are automatically withdrawn from your bank account either monthly or on the instalment due date.

Property owners enrolled in the pre-authorized tax payment plan who feel they may have difficulty meeting the payment can call 705-674-4455, extension 2601 to review available options.

If you haven’t received your final tax bill by Aug. 20, please contact the city’s tax department at 705-674-4455, ext. 2601.

Residents can receive their tax bill online by registering with Canada Post’s Epost service. Visit Epost.ca to sign up.

For more information about your municipal property tax bill and payment options, please call 311 or visit GreaterSudbury.ca/Taxes.



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