This is a reminder to Tax Account holders with pre-authorized withdrawals (on the 1st or 15th) each month. Starting in 2020, property tax installment plans are now calculated on a 12 month basis.
Property tax bills are mailed twice a year. The first bill is the Interim Tax Bill which acts as a bridge to finance municipal services until the Final Tax Billing is complete.
The Interim Tax Bill is calculated on 50% of the previous year's total taxes. It is mailed in early February and due on the last working day in February.
The second bill is the Final Tax Bill which is calculated using the current value assessment (CVA) and the final tax rates as established by City Council. It is mailed in June & is due on the last working day in June.
Payments can be mailed to:
The Corporation of the City of North Bay
200 McIntyre Street East
North Bay, ON P1B 8V6
Payments can be made at most financial institutions up to and including the due date. Service charges may apply.
If paying your tax bill through an automatic teller machine, please pay before the due date. Retain your receipt.
Payments may be made through telephone or internet banking if this service is provided by your financial institution.
If your taxes are paid by a mortgage company, and your mortgage company is noted on the final tax bill, retain the bill for income tax purposes.
Tax bills can be paid at the Customer Service Centre located on the main floor of City Hall, 200 McInytre Street East, Monday to Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. There is a payment box in front of the Customer Service Centre and an outside payment slot located to the left of the front doors of City Hall.
Payments can be made using personal online internet banking. Your fifteen (15) digit roll number is required. Service charges may apply.
Monthly (for properties that are NOT in arrears)
Installment Plan (For properties that are NOT in arrears)
Arrears (for properties that have tax arrears)
Penalty and interest is charged on overdue taxes at the rate of 1.25% per month (15% per year) as authorized by Section 345 of the Municipal Act. These charges are added to overdue accounts on the 1st day of default and on the 1st of each month thereafter.
The City of North Bay issues reminder notices for past due payments four times a year. In March, May, July and September.
When payment is received by mail, the tax department will honour the postmark date should payment be received after the due date. A late charge applies to payments postmarked after the due date.
To avoid penalty/interest charges, please ensure that your payment is received by the due date.