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Property Tax

Property Tax Bills

Updated: Feb 10 21
 Created: Apr 21 20

Property Tax Bills are mailed twice per year; one in February and one in July.  

The first tax bill is the Interim Tax Bill and the second tax bill is the Final Tax Bill.  The Final Tax Bill reflects the current tax rate.  New tax rates are generally set by the Municipality in June.

Property Tax Payments are due four times per year.  See below for the due dates.




First                                                                Wednesday, March 31, 2021

Second                                                           Monday, May 31, 2021


Third                                                                Tuesday, August 31, 2021

Fourth                                                              Tuesday, November 30, 2021

Installments must be received no later than the close of business on the due dates to avoid penalties.  If paying by mail, the tax payer assumes responsibility for late arrival.  Penalty will be charged if payment is received after the close of business on the due date.

Penalty and interest is fixed at a rate of 1.25% per month.  Penalty and interest will accrue on unpaid taxes commencing on the first day of default and also on the first day of each calendar month thereafter.  If you are in tax arrears at time of billing date, and the arrears remain unpaid prior to the first due date, there will be 1.25% interest added to the installment amount.  Payments received will be credited towards penalty/interest first and then to the oldest taxes owing.

If your tax bill is to be paid through a mortgage arrangement, it is still your responsibility to ensure that the taxes are indeed paid.  You will receive a copy of your receipted bill once payment has been received.

Taxes are payable in Canadian funds.  Payments received in U.S. or other funds may be subject to an administration fee.

Payment Information

Updated: Dec 11 20
 Created: Apr 21 20

Property Tax Payments may be made by a number of methods:

A.  At the Municipal Office - DROP BOX ONLY

  • Cheques and the remittance stubs can be placed in the drop box located on the outside of the Municipal Office.  Please retain the top portion of the tax bill for your records.
  • If you wish to have your tax bill date-stamped, submit the entire tax bill with your payment.  The tax bill will be date-stamped when the payment is processed and the stamped bill will be mailed back to you.

Do not put cash in the drop box.

B.  At Most Financial Institutions

C.  By Mail

  • Current-dated and post-dated cheques can be mailed to the Municipal Office.
  • Post-dated cheques will be held and processed on the appropriate date.
  • If you wish to have your tax bill date-stamped, submit the entire tax bill with your payment.  The tax bill will be date-stamped when the payment is processed and the stamped bill will be mailed back to you.

D.  Telephone Banking

E.  Online Banking

Agreements are in place for online banking services with all major banks and some credit unions. 

The Roll Number on your property tax bill is your Account Number for online banking purposes.  The Roll Number is the 19-digit number attached to your property and is located at the top of your tax bill.  All Roll Number in the Township of Brudenell, Lyndoch and Raglan begins with 4719.  Please note that for all banks, with the exception of CIBC, use only the first 15 digits of the roll number (do not use the last four zeros) when setting up your account number.  If banking with CIBC enter all 19 digits as the account number (include the last four zeros).

If paying more than one tax bill, you must set up a separate payee for each Roll Number.

To pay by online banking you will need the correct Payee.  Please refer below for the payee for each financial institution.

Financial Institution                              Payee                       

BMO                                          Brudenell Lyndoch And Raglan Township Tax

CIBC                                     Brudenell, Lyndoch, Raglan Tax

Credit Union                          Brudenell, Lyndoch And Raglan

RBC                                      Brudenell Lyndoch & Raglan (Twp) Tx

Scotiabank                            Brudenell Lyndoch Raglan Tax

Tangerine                              Brudenell Lyndoch And Raglan Township Tax

TD Bank                                Brudenell Lyndoch & Raglan (Twp) - Taxes


Tax Rates

Updated: Dec 04 20
 Created: Apr 21 20

The Township of Brudenell, Lyndoch and Raglan collects property taxes from each property owner. Tenants pay a portion of their landlord's property taxes through their rent.

The taxes are calculated by multiplying the assessed value of a property by a tax rate. There are three parts to the tax rate:

  • the municipal tax rate, which is set by your municipal government;
  • the county tax rate, which is set by your regional government (the County of Renfrew); and
  • the education tax rate, which is set by the provincial government.

A municipality can set different tax rates for different classes of property, and the main classes include residential, multi-residential, commercial and industrial.

2020-029 - Tax Rate By-Law

Property Assessment

Updated: Jun 15 20
 Created: May 11 20

MPAC is responsible for assessing and classifying more than five million properties in Ontario.  The property assessments they provide are what municipalities use to base the property taxes needed to pay for community services.  

The Ontario government has announced that the 2020 Assessment Update has been postponed.  It has indicated 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.

To help you better understand your property assessment, please visit the Municipal Property Assessment Corporation (MPAC) website.