Due Dates, Late Payment Charges & Payment Options

Due dates

2017 Interim:

  • First installment – February 24, 2017
  • Second installment – April 25, 2017

2017 Final:

  • First installment – TBD
  • Second installment – TBD

Supplementary/omitted bills:

  • Various dates as issued.

Payment options

  1. Pre-authorized tax payment plans
    Completing the Pre-Authorized Tax Payment Plan Application Form (PAP) (pdf, 39 kB) allows for the payment of taxes in four, nine or 12 monthly installments. Please see the application form for all the program details.
  2. epost™
    The Town of Oakville has partnered with epost, Canada Post’s free online mail delivery service to make it easier for you to view, pay and store your property tax bill for up to seven years. It’s like having your property tax bill delivered right to your desktop. Get your paperless Town of Oakville tax bills on the epost website today. ™ Trademark of Canada Post Corporation.
  3. Post-dated cheques corresponding with due dates only
    Cheques can be delivered in person or in the after-hours drop box at Town Hall.
  4. Internet, telephone or ATM banking
    Please contact your financial institution.
  5. Credit Card (online only)
    To pay taxes using your existing MasterCard, Visa or American Express, visit the Plastiq website. There is a fee to use this service for tax payments. The fee is independent of the Town of Oakville. Please check the Plastiq website for details. Please expect three to six business days for payment processing when using Plastiq.com.
  6. Mail
    1225 Trafalgar Road
    Oakville, ON  L6H 0H3
  7. In person
    Pay in person with cheque, debit card or cash at the ServiceOakville counter on the main floor at Town Hall, Monday to Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. If after hours, drop off your payment by cheque only, at Town Hall through the after-hours drop box.

If you move within Oakville

Please tell the Tax Office as soon as possible about an impending change in property ownership. If you are moving within Oakville, neither your Property Account Number nor your Pre-Authorized Tax Payment Plan is transferable. You must change your options on your web banking to the correct property account number (five to six digit number on your tax bill) to ensure that your payments are applied to your property. You must complete a new application form for a Pre-Authorized Tax Payment Plan.

Late payment charges

Filing neither an assessment appeal, a request for reconsideration, or failure to receive a property tax bill does not exempt you from paying taxes by the due date or from incurring late payment penalties.

For more information contact:

Oakville Tax Office