2020 Interim Property Tax Due Dates
March 26, 2020 and May 26, 2020
Property Tax Bills
You will receive two mail outs per year for your property taxes, an Interim Tax Bill and a Final Tax Bill. Each bill is broken into two installments so in total you will be required to make four payments in any calendar year. Due dates are always in March, May, August and October.
The Interim bill is mailed out in February and has two installment dates and amounts. The first installment is due in March and the second installment is due in May.
The Final bill is mailed out in July and also has two installments with the first installment payment due in August and the second installment due in October.
The tax office will accept post dated cheques at any time. For other payment options click here.
Current Tax Rates
The Municipality sets the new Tax Rates once the budget for the current year has been determined. Your interim taxes are always 50% of what you paid the previous year and divided into 2 payments of March and May of every year. Your final taxes are the adjusted amount once the taxation rate has been determined and also has 2 payments of August and October of every year.
Where Are My Tax Dollars Going?
Ever wondered where your property tax dollars are going? Below you can download a document that will provide you with the breakdown. The document is offered with a coloured pie chart or a black and white pie chart version. If you require an alternate format please contact the Tax Clerk.
If you have questions regarding your property assessment, please contact MPAC directly:
Phone: 1-866-296-MPAC (6722)
TTY: 1-877-889-MPAC (6722)
Write: MPAC, PO Box 9808, Toronto ON M1S 5T9
If you want to change your mailing address, you must submit your request in writing. Print and complete the Mailing Address Change Form, and mail it to:
Municipality of Trent Lakes
760 Peterborough County Rd. 36
Trent Lakes, ON
Or send an email with your updated mailing address to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please remember to include the roll number and property address in your e-mail.
It’s your responsibility to ensure that you receive and have paid your property taxes. Please make sure that you keep your mailing address changes current and up to date with our office or any overdue taxes will be charged penalty and interest charges.