Second Installment Tax Bill Notice
The second installment bill for all residential, farmland and managed forest properties are due July 30th.
The final tax bill notification has been mailed. On the bottom of the bill there would have been two tear away payment slips, one for the second installment, which was due July 30th and the one remaining which is due October 30th.
Property Tax Payment Options
The Town of Petawawa offers several payment options to remit property taxes including:
- Internet & Telephone Banking – This payment option is available with most major banks – use your 19 digit roll number as your account number and search “Petawawa” to locate account name e.g. “Petawawa, Town of – Tax Acct”.
- By Mail – Send your payment to the Town of Petawawa, 1111 Victoria Street, Petawawa ON K8H 2E6 – don’t forget to include either the stub from your tax bill or a note with payment information.
- At a Bank or Financial Institution – Contact your financial institution for further information – bank service charges may apply.
- In Person – The Town Office is located at 1111 Victoria Street, Petawawa and it is open from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday to Friday except statutory holidays. We accept payment by cash, cheque (made payable to the Town of Petawawa) or Interac.
- Night Deposit Box – A night deposit box is located at the Council Chamber entrance of the Town Office. Please ensure that your cheque and payment information are placed in a sealed envelope. Please do not place cash in this box.
- Post-Dated Cheques – Post-dated cheques can be dropped off at the Town Office in person, mailed or deposited in the night deposit box.
Late Payment Penalty and Application of Payments
A late payment penalty of 1.25% per month is added to any outstanding amount on the 1st day of each month until paid. Payments made on your account are applied first to any outstanding interest and penalty and then to the oldest outstanding taxes.
Please ensure that the Town has your current mailing address on file - failure to receive a tax bill does not relieve you from the responsibility of payment of taxes or penalty.