Tax Payments Options
The Township of Nipissing provides the following payment options:
Agreements are in place for online banking services with all major banks and some credit unions.
Registering the Township as a Vendor for online banking:
Each financial institution lists the Township as a Vendor differently.
If you have difficulty adding the Township as a Vendor, please contact your financial institution directly.
|Financial Institution||Vendor Listing|
|RBC||NIPISSING (TWNSHP OF) PROPERTY TAX|
|SCOTIABANK||NIPISSING (TWP) TAXES|
|TD CANADA TRUST||NIPISSING (TOWNSHIP OF) TAXES|
|CIBC||NIPISSING (TOWNSHIP OF) TAX|
|BANK OF MONTREAL||NIPISSING TOWNSHIP OF TAX|
Registering your account:
Your Roll Number is your Account Number for online banking purposes.
This is the 19-digit number attached to your property and located at the top of your tax bill. All Roll Numbers in the Township of Nipissing begin with 4971. All numbers in the Roll must be entered, including all zeros (0) for the full account number.
Each Roll Number from each tax bill must be entered separately as an account. If multiple Roll Numbers are paid under one account (Roll Number) the proper amounts may not be allocated as required.
Cheques and Post-Dated Cheques are accepted at the Township Office, via Mail and through the Drop-Box at the Township Office (located in the front door for after-hours use).
Please make cheques payable to: Township of Nipissing.
Debit services are available at the Township Office during regular scheduled office hours.
**Note: Credit Card payments are NOT accepted.
Cash is accepted at the Township Office during regular schedule office hours.
Please DO NOT mail cash or place it in the drop-box in the front door of the office.
Please retain your cancelled cheque as your receipt.
If you would like a receipt for payment, please include a self-addressed stamped envelope with your payment.
Returned Cheque Fee
A $35.00 fee will be charged for all returned cheques.
A processing fee of $15 will be applied to all payments received in foreign currency.
Tax Rate By-Laws
- 2020 Tax Rate By-Law
- 2019 Tax Rate By-Law
- 2018 Tax Rate By-Law
- 2017 Tax Rate By-law
- 2016 Tax Rate By-law
- 2015 Tax Rate By-law
- 2014 Tax Rate By-law
- 2013 Tax Rate By-law
- 2012 Tax Rate By-law
- 2011 Tax Rate By-law
Tax Arrears Procedures
The Township of Nipissing passed a Collections Policy on September 5, 2017, to reflect recent changes to Tax Registrations and Tax Sales under Bill 68, Modernizing Ontario’s Municipal Legislation Act, 2017.
Previously, a tax arrears certificate could be registered if there were arrears owing on January 1 of the third year following that in which the taxes became owing (per Municipal Act, 2001, s. 373(1)).
Example: If there were arrears owing from 2014 or earlier, a tax arrears certificate could be registered after January 1, 2017.
With the changes under Bill 68, a tax arrears certificate can be registered if there are tax arrears owing on January 1 of the second year following that in which the taxes become owing. The Collections Policy for the Township of Nipissing will make this transition effective January 1, 2018.
Example: If there are arrears owing from 2016 or earlier, a tax arrears certificate may be registered after January 1, 2018.
Property owners facing this process shall be notified early in October of each year.
Registration of a Tax Arrears Certificate
If registration of a Tax Arrears Certificate proceeds, the cancellation price would then include all outstanding taxes, all interest and penalty owing, current taxes owing, legal fees and administration fees. This entire amount must be paid in full by electronic transfer, certified cheque, cash or money order before the Tax Arrears Certificate is cancelled.
Property owners currently in arrears and facing this process are encouraged to arrange for payment of the outstanding taxes prior to January 1st. Should this not be possible, please contact the Township Office to further discuss their situation.
Tax Collections Policy
MPAC – 2020 Assessment Update
The Ontario government has announced that the 2020 Assessment Update has been postponed. They have indicated that property assessments for the 2021 property tax year will continue to be based on the fully phased-in January 1, 2016 current values. This means your property assessment for the 2021 property tax year will be the same as the 2020 tax year, unless there have been changes to your property.
In 2016, we mailed a Property Assessment Notice to every property owner in the province – assessing more than five million properties in Ontario. Your 2016 Notice reflects the assessed value and classification of your property as of January 1, 2016 and this will be used as the basis for calculating your 2021 property taxes.