Property Taxes and Assessment
Assessment Notices in the Mail
The Municipal Property Assessment Corporation (MPAC) delivered this area’s Residential Property Assessment Notices on Monday, August 8, 2016.
If you disagree with your assessment, MPAC will review it free of charge by way of the Request for Reconsideration.
The deadline for filing the Request for Reconsideration is December 6, 2016.
Look for your login information on your Property Assessment Notice or visit www.aboutmyproperty.ca or www.mpac.ca.
2016 Final Tax Bills in the Mail
The City of Windsor 2016 Final property tax bills have been mailed. If you have not received your tax bill by Monday, July 4th, please call 311. Failure to receive a tax bill does not exempt property owners from paying their taxes.
Note: In the event of a Canada Post work stoppage, residents are encouraged not to mail in their tax payments. Payments not received within the tax office by the due date will be subject to late payment charges.
My Property Tax Lets You Access, Change and Request Your Tax Info Online
The City of Windsor has introduced a new e-service for property owners: My Property Tax allows you to view details about your tax bills, upcoming due dates, balances and more, as well as request tax statements and advise of updates to your account online.
To get started, property owners must visit the E-Services page on the City’s Website, and then choose My Property Tax to set up an account. Upon successful registration, users can visit My Property Tax for access to:
View information specific to your property(s) through the secure password protected site
Enroll in a pre-authorized payment plan (PAP)
Cancel/change/update ownership info (e.g. mailing address)
Provide a letter of authorization if you need somebody to act on your behalf
Request a statement of account, income tax receipt or tax certificate
View a detailed transaction history list for your property(s)
My Property Tax complements the Public Tax Assessment and Property Information service (also available from the E-Services tab), which provides open access to public information on properties throughout the city.
For more information on assessment and taxes call 311.
How do our taxes in Windsor compare to the Ontario average?
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|Typical Detached Home (1,200 sq. ft.)
|2 Storey Home
|Senior Executive Detached Home (3,000 sq. ft.)
|Multi-Residential Walk Up Apartment
|Multi-Residential Mid/High Rise Apartment
|Commercial- Neighbourhood Shopping
|Commercial- Office Building
|Industrial- Vacant Land
|Large Industrial Properties (>125,000 sq. ft.)
- Current year property tax levy and assessment value are available for all City of Windsor properties via the Property Tax & Assessment e-service free of charge.
- If you are the owner, you may request verbal information relating to your property at no cost.
- You may also request a Statement of Account for a fee of $30.00. This charge will be added directly to your tax account.