- Financial records for operating, capital and reserve funds;
- Preparing/issuing billings for property taxation;
- Annual operating budgets and capital budgets;
- Advising Council on financial matters;
- Monthly and annual financial reports;
- Maintaining computerized systems of the municipality;
- Collecting and remitting property taxes to the County and School Boards;
- Preparing grant applications;
- Other duties as required.
We are pleased to answer any questions that you may have on your tax bills. Please provide your roll number, civic address and full name with all communications.
Teena Thibeault, Treasurer
2017 Tax Rates
|School Tax Rate||General
|TOTAL Tax Rate|
|Multi Resid MT||0.01050395||0.00179000||0.01478569||0.02707964|
|New Multi Res NT||0.00446089||0.00179000||0.00616071||0.01241160|
Residential Tax Bills and Installment Due Dates
Property owners will receive two tax bills during each year. An interim tax bill is sent in early February. It is based on 33% of the previous year’s taxes. A final tax bill is mailed in early June with two payments being due, one at the first of July and the other at the first of October.
The due dates for 2018 are as follows:
- March 1, 2018
- July 3, 2018
- October 1, 2018
Tax Bill Payment Options
Every attempt is being made to improve payment options for the taxpayer. The alternatives include:
- Municipal Office, 135 Kendall Street, Point Edward N7V 4G6;
- Drop Box at the Municipal Office;
- Chartered Bank;
- On-line or Telephone Banking;
- Pre-Authorized Payment
To pay by pre-authorized payment, please submit a completed enrollment form together with a void cheque.
The Municipal Property Assessment Corporation (MPAC) is responsible for determining assessment values for all properties in the municipality. Questions regarding assessed values or the assessment appeal process should be directed to MPAC.
Web Site: http://www.mpac.ca
The Financial Reports are prepared by the Auditor and reflect the financial position of the municipality.
Municipal Performance Measurement Program (M.P.M.P.)
This program has been established by the Ministry of Municipal Affairs to provide a method of comparison from one municipality to another on specified services.
M.P.M.P. is a performance measurement and reporting system that promotes local government transparency and accountability. It also provides municipalities with useful data to make informed municipal service level decisions while optimizing available resources.
All Ontario municipalities are required to report M.P.M.P. efficiency and effectiveness measures for services provided by their municipality, the following are example areas that are to be reported on an annual basis:
- drinking water
- fire services
- land use planning
- local government
- parks and recreation
- solid waste
- storm water
Asset Management Plan
An asset management plan is required to be developed for each municipality in Ontario to assist with long range planning for renewal and replacement of our capital assets. To review the Asset Management Plan for the Village of Point Edward please click here.
Teena Thibeault, Treasurer