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Your property assessment is determined by the Municipal Property Assessment Corporation (MPAC).  If you disagree with your Property Assessment Notice, please contact MPAC at 1-866-296-6722.


MPAC has introduced AboutMyProperty, a secure, online service that provides property owners with their assessment roll information and assessment roll values on comparable properties of their choice.  For moreinformation, please consult the following website


In 2013, all property values were updated by MPAC to reflect market values.  To minimize the impact, municipalities are required to implement a phase-in program.  If your property has sustained an increase in property evaluation, your full assessment increase will be phased-in in twenty five per cent (25%) incrementsAs such, taxpayers will not be taxed on their full market value until 2016.  Note that a property assessment will not be subject to a phase-in if MPAC's assessment was due to a supplementary assessment, a change in classification or a reduction of assessment.