City will defer final property tax billing to help alleviate financial pressures caused by COVID-19 - City will defer final property tax billing to help alleviate financial pressures caused by COVID-19

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null City will defer final property tax billing to help alleviate financial pressures caused by COVID-19

May 13, 2020 -

Recognizing the financial hardship that some property owners are experiencing due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the City is deferring the 2020 final property tax billing, which would normally be due on the last business day of June.

“The City recognizes this is a difficult time for many of our taxpayers, and we are reviewing alternate timelines for the final billing. We are also looking at opportunities for tax relief strategies to help alleviate some of the financial pressures that property owners may be experiencing because of the pandemic,” says Jeff Walker, Manager, Taxation & Revenue.

Additional information on the alternate timeline for final billing, and tax relief strategies, will be communicated, once available.  

Concerned about paying your property tax bill?

Taxpayers are encouraged to join the City’s pre-authorized payment plan (PAP) or call the City at 613-546-0000 to discuss payment options and financial assistance programs.

While the City’s Payment Centre locations remain closed, property owners are encouraged to make payments using one of the following means:

  • Through online banking.
  • Through your financial institution.
  • Using our drop boxes at 1211 John Counter Blvd. or at City Hall’s Market Street entrance.
  • For taxation or other payments by mail, send a cheque to: City of Kingston – Taxation PO Box 640, Kingston, ON, K7L 4X1.

Property taxes ensure that the City can continue to provide essential services

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