Vaughan provides additional 30 days on interim property tax bills
Residential final property taxes will now be billed in July with instalments due August, September and October
May 15, 2020
A day after Ontario extended the state of emergency until June 2, the City of Vaughan decided on May 13 to provide an “additional 30 days of relief on interim property tax bills and a 30-day extension on final instalments for residents.”
This comes after Vaughan’s previous announcement that payments for the March 26, April 27 and May 27 due dates would not be subject to a penalty until June 1. “This has now been extended to July 1. Further extensions may be granted thereafter,” it added.
The City also said that “the residential final property tax bills that are normally billed in June and due in July, August and September will now be billed in July with instalments due August, September and October.”
As for the non-residential tax bills, they will also be issued in July and due August, September and October.
While City Hall remains closed to the public until further notice, property owners can still make payments remotely.
“These include pre-authorized programs, online and telephone banking, issuing post-dated cheques or by mail,” the city said. “Please consult with your financial institution to determine whether a payment can be made at a branch location.”