Tax Department Contacts:
An annual re-assessment of property is completed by the Municipal Property Assessments Corporation (MPAC) and a Notice of Assessment is sent to every property owner. Public enquiries about property assessments can be directed to MPAC at 1-866-297-6703 or by e-mail to email@example.com. Further information on property assessment can be found at MPAC's website www.mpac.ca.
Property Owners can apply for a Request for Reconsideration to have their property assessment value reviewed. Application Form: MPAC Request for Reconsideration form.pdf
Property Tax Brochure
2010 Property Tax Brochure
2011 Property Tax Brochure
2012 Property Tax Brochure
Property Tax Rates
2009 City of Dryden Tax Rates
2010 Property Tax Rates
2011 Property Tax Rates
2011 Property Tax Comparisons with Regional Communities
2012 Property Tax Rates
2012 Property Tax Comparisons with Regional Communities
Tax Collection Policy - Tax Collection Policy.pdf
Tax Collection Procedures - Tax Collection Procedures.pdf
Tax Due Dates
Interim Billing - 1st Installment February 28th
- 2nd Installment March 31st
Final Billing - 1st Installment August 31st
- 2nd Installment September 30th
Methods of Payment
- In person at the Finance Department cashier's counter by cash, cheque or debit card
- Internet or telephone banking using your property roll number as indicated on your tax bill
- Drop off at "Night Deposit" box located at the front of City Hall
- By mail to City of Dryden Taxes, 30 Van Horne Ave. Dryden, ON P8N 2A7
- Pre-authorized Payment Plans (see below)
- By Credit Card through Paymentus Corporation (convenience fee charged by Paymentus) - see information below
Tax Payment Plans
Monthly or Installment Payment Plans. Taxes must be paid in full to sign up for plan.
Taxes Pre Authorized Payment Plan.pdf
Credit Card Payment (Powered by Paymentus)
Payments by credit card (Visa & Mastercard) for taxes are available through Paymentus Corporation, by phone at 1-877-225-7340 or on-line at the link below:
** Please note that Paymentus Corporation charges a 3% fee for this service.
Tax Rebates for Charities
Tax rebates for eligible charities as defined in Subsection 248(1) of the Income Tax Act that have registration numbers issued by Revenue Canada.
By-Law and application form
Rebate for Charities By Law and Form.pdf
Tax Rebates for Vacant Properties
Tax Vacancy Rebate Policy - Tax Vacancy Rebate Policy.pdf
Tax Vacancy Rebate Program - Property Tax Rebate Program.pdf
Any owner of vacant property that intends to make application for a rebate of property taxes during a period of vacancy must notify the City of the vacancy at the time the property becomes vacant in order to be eligible for a rebate commencing from that date. Notice of vacancy shall be given by completing a "Notice of Vacancy" form.
Notice of Vacancy Form - Notice of Vacancy Form.pdf
Application for Vacancy Rebate - 3 part form can be picked up at the Finance Department office at 30 Van Horne Avenue.