Methods of Payment
Town of Mattawa Payment Options
The following payment methods are available:
- Pre-authorized Payment Plans:NEW
For Properties that are NOT in arrears
- Monthly: Annual property taxes are withdrawn directly from your financial institution over 12 months from January to December.
- Monthly: Annual property water/sewer payments are withdrawn directly from your financial institution over 12 months from January to December.
- By Installment Due Date: Tax and Water/Sewer payments are withdrawn directly from your financial institution on the installment dates as per tax and water billings.
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- By Mail:
Please attach your cheque or money order to the payment stub provided. Make cheques payable to the Town of Mattawa. Please do not mail cash. Mail your payment to:
Town of Mattawa
PO Box 390
Mattawa, ON P0H 1V0
- At the Municipal Office – 160 Water St, Mattawa:
Payments may be made by cheque, money order, interac, cash and credit cards (Visa and Mastercard only).
- Internet/Telephone Banking:NEW
Available through Scotiabank, Caisse Populaire, TD Canada Trust and BMO Bank of Montreal
Payments can be made using personal online internet/telephone banking. Your entire roll number is required to process your payment (i.e. 4821-XXX-XXX-XXXXX-0000). This option may be subject to service charges by your financial institution.
- One Time Credit Card Payment:
A one time credit card payment can be made online by completing the form and returning the completed form via email or fax in to the Municipal Office for processing.
General Payment – Credit Card Authorization Form
Tax Payment – Authorization Form For February and April Payment
Tax Payment – Authorization Form For July and September Payment
Water Payment – Authorization Form For March and August Payment
- A NSF administration fee will be applied if funds are returned by your financial institution.
- A returned item notification will be sent reflecting the amount and due date required for replacement.
- If payment is not received by the specified date, the next month’s withdrawal will incorporate the replacement total as well as the required monthly payment.
- The Town of Mattawa may cancel the privilege of continuing in the plan if two concurrent installments fail to be honoured in the taxation year.
- The unpaid balance of taxes and water shall be subject to penalties if overdue.
Change of Information
- Any changes to your pre-authorized payment information must be received in writing at least 15 days prior to the next withdrawal date.
- For financial institution account changes, a void cheque for the new account is required and completion of a new PAP form is required.
- For address changes please contact the Municipal Office directly.
- Written notice is required at least 15 days prior to the next withdrawal date to cancel the Pre-Authorized Payment Plan for any reason. You must complete the Tax and Water Pre-Authorized Payment Plan Cancellation form (FORM PAP 3)
- Failure to provide the appropriate notice may result in the continuance of future withdrawals from your financial institution.
- If we are not notified by the property owner or lawyers, the Pre-Authorized Payment Plan will be cancelled immediately upon receipt of notification of change of ownership.
Semi Annual Billing
- Mailed in March and August
- Due dates are the last weekday in March and last weekday in August
- 2016 Water and Sewer Rates By-law 16-03
- 2015 Water and Sewer Rates By-law 15-12
- 2014 Water and Sewer Rates By-law 14-09
- 2013 Water and Sewer Rates By-law 13-05
- Mailed in February –Interim Tax Levy By-law 17-02
- First Installment is due the last weekday in February
- Second Installment is due the last weekday in April
- Mailed in July
- First Installment is due the last weekday in July
- Second Installment is due the last weekday in September
Property taxes are based on the assessment of your property. If you have a question concerning your property assessment, please contact the Municipal Property Assessment Corporation at 1-866-296-6722. Methods of payment are cash, cheque or debit.
- Establish Tax Ratios 16-12
- Rate of Taxation for 2016 16-13
- Tax Capping Exit By-Law 16-14
- 2016 Tax Rate Summary