2022 Final Billing Dates
The Tax By-law (By-Law Number 2022-039) was passed by Council establishing the tax due dates.
The 2022 Final Tax Notices will be mailed in June 2022.
Final Tax Notices Mail out
Residential / Farm
July 20, 2022
September 21, 2022
Commercial / Industrial
July 20, 2022
September 21, 2022
Failure to receive a property tax notice does not eliminate your responsibility from payment and/or penalty due to late payment.
NEW! Sign up for the Townships new E-Billing program by completing the form here.
The interim tax levy is calculated based on 50% of last year's annualized taxes. The final tax levy is determined by multiplying the Current Assessed Value (known as "Assessment") of your property by the Annual Tax Rate for the property type (known as "Property Class").
The 2022 Total Tax Rates for each property class in the Township of King are shown below. These tax rates include Township, Region and Education Taxes.
Education tax rates are set by the Government of Ontario and the Region of York tax rates are established by Regional Council, both of these will also be applied to the assessed value of your property provided by MPAC. For questions about your property taxes, please contact the Township of Service King Department at 905-833-5321 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
How are property taxes assessed?
The Municipal Property Assessment Corporation's (MPAC) role is to accurately value and classify properties in Ontario in accordance with the Assessment Act and regulations established by the Ontario Government.
Every four years, MPAC perform Assessment Update as part of Ontario's assessment cycle. The last province-wide Assessment Update took place in 2016. The new assessment on the return of the Assessment Roll reflects the legislated January 1, 2016 valuation date for re-assessment review cycle 2017 to 2020. Updated Property Assessment Notices were sent by MPAC to residential property owners in June of 2016 and notices for business properties and farms were sent in the fall of 2016.
The assessment values on the MPAC notice will be used to calculate your property taxes for the years 2017 to 2020. An assessment increase does not necessarily result in an increase in your property taxes. For questions regarding your property assessment value or classification, please contact MPAC.
Have a question or concern about your property assessment value or classification. Please visit their website at www.mpac.ca or contact the Municipal Property Assessment Corporation (MPAC).
1-877-889-MPAC (6722) TTY
P.O. Box 9808
Toronto, ON M1S 5T9
The penalty charge for late payment of property taxes is 1.25% per month on the unpaid balance. The penalty is added on the first day of each and every month during which the default continues.
The Township offers two PAD plans: a Monthly Plan where payments are withdrawn on a monthly basis for ten months (two sets of five equal payments, one from February to June and one from August to December); and an Installment Plan where payments are withdrawn on the scheduled due dates. To sign up for either program please complete the PAD Application.
Payments can be made through your online or telephone banking. You will have to go through your banks website to set up the Township as a payee. In most cases you will look for "King Tax." The tax account number is your roll number and you will need to include all fifteen digits, but do not include the dashes (for example: 000123456780000). If you choose to pay electronically please allow five business days for the bank to process your payment.
Taxes can be paid at any financial institution. Please all five business days for the bank to process your payment.
You are able to mail in a cheque, please include your tax stub and write your roll number on your cheque. Please remember that the tax payer assumes all responsibility if a payment is delivered late.
Make cheques payable to the Township of King and send or drop off to:
Township of King
2585 King Road
King City, ON
Your tax payment can be dropped off at the municipal office between 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. Monday to Friday.
The Township of King Municipal Centre is located at 2585 King Road, King City.
Post-dated cheques will be accepted and processed on the date indicated on the cheque. Please make the cheque payable to the Township of King and write the roll number on the front of your cheque.
New for 2021, taxes can now be paid through our website using a credit card. Please note there is an additional 2.5% fee to use this service. To pay your taxes online click here.
Please note, no credit card payments will be accepted in-person for property taxes.
For newly constructed homes or buildings, the property taxes may not have been assessed in full at the time when the Final Tax Notice was generated. The Tax Notice(s) only captured the value of the land if the building portion has yet to be determined.
The Municipal Property Assessment Corporation (MPAC) determines the assessed values for all properties in Ontario. Due to the volume of buildings to be assessed in Ontario, your property may not be fully assessed in the current taxation year. Any taxes owing on the building will be retro-active to the date of occupancy and you will receive Supplementary Notice(s) to reflect the taxes owing for current and/or prior years. Once this process is completed, the valuation for land and building will be combined and levied accordingly in subsequent taxation years.
The Regional Municipality of York administers a Tax Deferral Program for seniors over 65 years of age, low-income seniors, or low-income disable persons. You must own your principal residence in York Region and must be the owner of the property on January 1st of the taxation year for which the deferral has been requested. All deferred taxes must be repaid in full prior to transfer of title on sale of the subject property.
To determine your eligibility for participation in a property tax deferral program, please contact the Finance Department at the Township of King 905-833-5321 (ext. 4572). Applications must be received no later than September 30th of the taxation year for which you are requesting a deferral of property taxes.
Extraordinary circumstances are extreme, unforeseen, typically one-time, situations that prevent a taxpayer from being able to make their property tax payment by the due date. These types of situations are unforeseen at the time a taxpayer receives their property tax bill.If eligible, owners may submit an application to the Treasurer to have their interest waived for up to six months with options to renew if needed.
Extraordinary Circumstances and Required Documents Extraordinary Circumstance Required Documentation Severe illness or injury to yourself or immediate family member (requring hospitalization or medical care) Medical letter or certificate Death in the immediate family
A victim of a criminal act, such as bank fraud Police report or letter from a financial institution Significant fire damage that renders the property substantially unusable Records report from the Fire Department Sequestered on the due date because of jury duty Documentation supporting sequestering from applicable court
Immediate family is defined under Canada Labour Code as being the person’s spouse or common-law partner; father and mother and the spouse or common-law partner of the father or mother, the person’s children and the children of the person’s spouse or common-law partner; brother or sister, the grandfather or grandmother; the father and mother of the spouse or common-law partner of the person and the spouse or common- law partner of the father or mother and any relative of the owner who resides permanently with the property owner or with whom the property owner permanently resides.
To apply for the Extraordinary Circumstances Tax Relief Program click here.