2023 Final Tax Bills in the Mail
The City of Windsor 2023 Final Property Tax Bills have been mailed. If you have not received your tax bill(s) by July 7, 2023, or have questions regarding the amount of the bill, please call 311 (alternate: 519-255-2489) or contact firstname.lastname@example.org by email.
Due dates for regular tax payments are July 19, September 13 and November 15, 2023. Payment must be received by the City on or before the due dates noted.
Tax payments are accepted through a variety of methods:
At an approved bank, credit union or trust company
By telephone or online banking
By mail (cheques only)
With your mortgage payments at your financial institution
At the 350 City Hall Square West drop-off box – 1st Floor (cheques only)
The City also offers three convenient pre-authorized payment plans (PAP). Due dates for each of the PAP plans are as follows:
Installment Date Plan: July 19, September 13 and November 15, 2023
Mid-Month Plan: July 17, August 15, September 15, October 16 and November 15, 2023
End-of-Month Plan: July 31, August 31, September 29, October 31 and November 30, 2023
Enrollment in a PAP can be completed at any time. Visit Paying Your Taxes at CityWindsor.ca to access our forms.
Property owners who are having trouble keeping up with their property tax payments are encouraged to seek lower cost financing alternatives, which are available through local financial institutions. Assistance through the City for property taxes is provided by way of the following programs:
Tax Repayment Program: available to all property owners
Tax Relief Program (Extreme Poverty or Sickness): available to single-family residential property owners that meet the eligibility criteria (application deadline February 29, 2024)
Tax Deferral Program (Low-Income Seniors or Persons with Disabilities): available to single-family residential property owners that meet the eligibility criteria (application deadline February 29, 2024)
Please refer to the Tax Rebates and Relief section of the City website at CityWindsor.ca for more program information and eligibility criteria.
If your property taxes are paid by a mortgage or financial institution, you will receive a tax bill for your records, and no additional action is required.
Failure to receive a tax bill does not exempt property owners from paying their taxes. Penalties and interest (which can add up to 15% of the taxes on an annual basis) will be added for late payments.
Visit CityWindsor.ca to learn more about property taxes. Visit www.MPAC.ca for information on property assessment.