Treasury and Taxes

The Treasury Department is responsible for all municipal funds.

Taxes are billed twice per year. Each bill has stubs for two installments.

2024 Installment Dates
Interim bill February 21, 2024 May 15, 2024
Final bill August 21, 2024 October 16, 2024

Payments may be made through telephone banking, online banking, pre-authorized withdrawal and by debit card. We do not accept credit cards. You can register for paperless billing by emailing your account number, name, and email address to

Some of our subdivisions are on municipal water systems. Meters are read and billed monthly. Rates are based on a sliding scale.

Unpaid taxes and water bills incur a penalty of 1¼% a month (15% per annum).*

Select 2024 Tax Rates
Property Class Town County Education Total
Residential 0.407949 0.400024 0.153000 0.960973
Farmlands 0.089749 0.088005 0.038250 0.216004
Managed Forests 0.101987 0.100006 0.038250 0.240243
Commercial 0.497698 0.488030 0.880000 1.865728
Industrial 0.896835 0.879414 0.880000 2.656249

Property Tax Calculator

Use this calculator to estimate your 2024 property taxes.


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What Is MPAC?

The Municipal Property Assessment Corporation (MPAC) is an independent, not-for-profit corporation funded by all Ontario municipalities. Their role is to accurately assess and classify all properties in Ontario according to the Assessment Act and regulations established by the Ontario Government.

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.

Pre Authorized Payment Plan

Residents may choose one of two options for their pre authorized payment plan for property taxes. They may pay by installment due date or on a monthly payment plan.

» Fill out the Online Pre Authorized Payment Plan Form
» Download the Pre Authorized Payment Plan Payor Authorization Form

Tax Certificates

Tax certificates show the amount of money owing against a property. If you are buying a new property you can order a certificate to be sure there are no outstanding amounts owing when you take ownership. Anyone can purchase a tax certificate by submitting a letter requesting a tax certificate, along with the fee payable to the Town of Mono.

You may email a scanned PDF letter request and cheque copy to; The original letter along with payment should be placed in the mail the same date as the request.

Monthly Payment Plan

Your Interim Tax Bill will be divided into six equal installments which will be withdrawn on the 15th of each month from January to June. The Final Tax Bill will be apportioned in the same manner and withdrawn from your bank account on the 15th of each month from July to December.

If you join the plan after there have already been withdrawals for the year we will divide the amount owing by the number of months remaining in which to cover that bill. For example, if you join in March but after the 15th your remaining balance will be divided into three payments and withdrawn from April to June.

You may, optionally, elect to pay the missed installments by cheque in order to lower the subsequent withdrawals.

Supplemental Tax Bills

Should you receive a supplemental tax bill for added assessment, for example a new sunroom, this amount will be factored into the remaining withdrawals. Again, should you wish to pay these amounts outside of the plan you may. If your Supplemental is for multiple years or for an unusually large amount you may contact the Tax Collector to discuss a payment plan.

Water Bills

A pre authorized payment plan is also available for water billings. The only option available for water customers is to have payments withdrawn on the billing due date. You are able to receive paperless billing for Water bills. To register for paperless billing by email your account number, name, and email address to

» Go to Water Rates table

NSF/Returned Items

A service charge of $I0.00 will be added to your account for any returned items. The missed payment, plus the charge, will be added to the next withdrawal or may be replaced outside of the plan. Should more than one item be returned, your payment plan will be discontinued.

Should you have any questions concerning preauthorized payment of taxes or water, please contact Cathy Crawford, Tax and Water Collector at 519.941.3599 ext. 223.