Property Assessments

The Municipal Property Assessment Corporation (MPAC) is responsible for establishing the assessed value for all properties in Tay Township and classifying each property based on use. If you own a property, you will receive a property assessment every four years. Review your property assessment and find out how property assessments are used to calculate your property taxes.

As part of the Ontario Government’s Ontario Economic Outlook and Fiscal Review on November 4, 2021, Peter Bethlenfalvy, Minister of Finance and President of the Treasury Board announced the Province’s decision to once again postpone a province-wide property assessment update due to the pandemic.

Property assessments for the 2023 property tax year will continue to be based on January 1, 2016 current values. This means your property assessment remains the same as it was for the 2022 tax year, unless there have been changes to your property, for example:

  • A change to your property including an addition, new construction, or renovation.
  • A structure on your property was assessed for the first time.
  • A change to your property’s classification.
  • A property no longer qualifies as farmland, conservation land or managed forests.
  • All or part of your property no longer qualifies to be tax exempt.

MPAC will continue to maintain a comprehensive database and deliver property values, insights and services, which enable organizations and municipalities to make smart decisions.

We also continue to support the 444 municipalities across the province with assessing new properties, renovations, and property improvements to support the management of their assessment base.

Your Property Assessment

Visit MPAC to learn about your property assessment. You can also view About My Property to learn more about your property assessment and you can compare your assessment to similar properties in your area.

Watch the videos below to learn more about your property assessment.

Questions about your property assessment?

Use the free online tool, AboutMyProperty, to learn more about how your property was assessed and how its value compares to similar properties in your area.

If you disagree with your property’s assessed value, you can file a Request for Reconsideration (RfR) for our review, free of charge.

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