Property Taxes

Property Taxes

The 2021 Final Taxes will be calculated as follows:

2021 Assessment X 2021 Tax RateInterim Billing = Final Taxes

2021 Tax Due Dates

2021 Interim Installments are due2021 Final Installments are due
March 31, 2021 August 31, 2021
April 30, 2021 October 31, 2021

Tax Payment Options


Township of Nipigon
52 Front Street
PO Box 160
Nipigon, ON
P0T 2J0
*Cheques Only

In Person

Municipal Office
52 Front Street, Nipigon
8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
*Cash, Cheque or Interac
(we do not accept credit cards)

Telephone/Internet Banking

Bank Service Charges may apply.
Please use your eight digit account number


Taxes can be paid at any bank branch.
The original bill is required.

Make Cheques or Money Orders payable to: “TOWNSHIP OF NIPIGON

Multiple properties need to be set up individually.

Additional Information

Change of Address

Please notify the Township Office immediately if the mailing address for your Property Tax Bills needs changing.

Download, Print and Submit a Change of Address

Change of Address Form

Failure to receive a tax bill will not invalidate penalty and interest charges.

Additional/Supplementary Tax Bills

You may receive additional or supplementary tax bills if there have been changes to your assessment (ex. new house, renovations, demolitions, tax class and tax qualifier changes, assessment appeals, errors and omissions, etc.).

Other Currencies

Payments made other than in Canadian Funds will be applied against taxes owing at the exchange rate applicable on the day of receipt less a $5.00 service charge.

NSF Cheques

NSF or any returned cheques are subject to a processing fee of $25.00.

Overdue Accounts

A late payment charge of 1.25% on the total owing will be added on the first day following the due date and on the first day of each month thereafter until paid. All subsequent payments are applied to interest charges first, then to outstanding taxes.

Mortgage Companies

If a Mortgage Company pays your taxes, receipt provided upon request.

Reduction, cancellation or refund of taxes

You can apply to the Township to request a reduction, cancellation or refund of your taxes under the following circumstances:

  • If the use of your property has changed since the last assessment. For example: from commercial to industrial use.
  • Your property has been granted exemption after the last assessment
  • There has been a ‘gross or manifest error’ that was clerical or factual in nature but not an error in judgement in the assessment of your property
  • Your property has been destroyed or damaged by fire
  • Your property has been demolished
  • You are unable to pay taxes due to sickness or extreme poverty
  • If the mobile unit on the land was removed during the year or during the previous year 
  • Your property cannot be used for at least three months during the year because of repairs or renovation

How to apply

Complete the Application for Tax Adjustment, giving reasons for your appeal, your name, telephone number, municipal number and property roll number and send to us, either by:

  • Mail to Nipigon Taxes, 52 Front Street, PO Box 160, Nipigon, ON P0T 2J0
  • In person to 52 Front Street 


Municipal Property Assessment Corporation

Every municipality in Ontario is a member of MPAC, a non-share capital, not-for-profit corporation whose main responsibility is to provide its customers - property owners, tenants, municipalities, and government and business stakeholders - with consistent and accurate property assessments.

MPAC administers a uniform, province-wide property assessment system based on current value assessment in accordance with the provisions of the Assessment Act. It provides municipalities with a range of services, including the preparation of annual assessment rolls used by municipalities to calculate property taxes.

Request for Reconsideration

RfRs can be requested for various reasons, including to correct:

  • an assessed value that is too high or too low;
  • property data, which can include the size of a building or the area of land;
  • the effective date for a supplementary or omitted assessment;
  • property classification; and
  • the portion of assessed value attributable to each class for those properties that have more than one property class.

What cannot be reviewed as part of the RfR process is the amount of property taxes paid to a municipality.

Before filing a Request for Reconsideration, please contact MPAC toll-free at 1 866 296-6722 or TTY 1 877 889-6722. A representative will review the information on file to ensure it is correct and up-to-date.

The RfR deadline is usually March 31 of the applicable taxation year.  However, given the emergency declared by the Province of Ontario, pursuant to the Emergency Management and Civil Protection Act and regulations made thereunder, the RfR deadline for the 2020 taxation year will be 16 days after the emergency is lifted.


AboutMyProperty™ is a secure, online service that provides property taxpayers with convenient access to property assessment information. Through AboutMyProperty™, property taxpayers can access property assessment information, site information, lot size and recent sales information on their own property and similar properties - free of charge.

Contact information

In addition to the reports available through AboutMyProperty™, property taxpayers can call MPAC at 1-866-296-MPAC (6722)

To connect to the Municipal Property Assessment Corporation (MPAC) to look up your property assessment details visit www.mpac.ca.


It is very important that you remit your tax bill stubs with your payments or indicate your tax roll number on your cheque.

If you are paying more than one account, please indicate exactly how much you wish to have credited to each account. Thank you!!

Tax Bill Breakdown

The Township of Nipigon collects taxes for all properties within its boundaries. However, the Total Tax Rate applicable in the Township of Nipigon is actually made up of three different Tax Rates, each raised for a different entity, being the Township of Nipigon, the Thunder Bay District, and the Boards of Education. These independently calculated Tax Rates combine to make up your Total Tax Rate. This Total Tax Rate is multiplied by your property's assessment to determine how much your annual taxes will be. Tax Rates are not usually determined until late spring because of the timing of the budgeting process of the three entities involved.

The breakdown of the tax bill in terms of funds raised is as follows:

  • Thunder Bay District
  • School Boards
  • Township

Tax Rates

A breakdown of the Total Tax Rate by each taxing entity is provided below.


Contact Us

Nipigon logo

52 Front Street
PO Box 160
Nipigon, ON
P0T 2J0

  • Monday - Friday 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM