Property taxes provide the main source of revenue to deliver services supplied by the Town of Grimsby, the Niagara Region and the local school boards.



The amount of this installment is shown on the second stub of the bill mailed to you in June.  If you did not receive a tax bill, please contact the tax department for further information.  Failure to receive a bill does not excuse the payment of taxes.

Payments can be made at most financial institutions or by telephone and internet banking.  Installments can also be paid by postdated cheques provided the taxes are paid by the regular due dates. A night depository is available at the front entrance of Town Hall for cheque payments only.

No credit card payments are accepted at Town Hall. Please visit our Tax Payment Options for further details on credit card payments.

Please ensure that your payment reaches us on or before the October 4th due date.  The taxpayer is responsible for the late arrival of payment.  Penalties of 1¼% are added on the first day of default and on the first day of each month following. 

Penalties cannot be waived.

Tax bills

Residential and commercial property owners receive a tax bill which includes their property tax class, property assessment and tax rates. We mail two tax bills to all property owners – an interim bill and a final bill. We mail the interim bill in February and the final tax bill in June. Each tax bill has two installment due dates.

Paying your property taxes

Learn about the many payment options we have available and how to set up a pre-authorized payment plan.

Have a question?

If you have questions about your tax bill, please contact the town's tax department.


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