Tax and Revenue

The Revenue Department oversees the collection of taxes and other sources of revenue on behalf of the County of Prince Edward. Some of the services provided by the Revenue Department are:

Property Taxes – Billing and Collection

2020 Property Tax Notice Mailing & Due Date Schedule

2020 Interim Tax Notice - all property tax classes

Mailed on February 14, 2020

Payment due by March 16, 2020

2020 Final Tax Notices - Properties in the Residential, Farm, Managed Forest Property Tax Classes

Estimated mailing date: May 15, 2020

First installment due June 15, 2020

Second installment due September 15, 2020

2020 Final Tax Notices - Properties in the Commercial , Industrial, and Multi-residential Property Tax Classes

Estimated mailing date: August 14, 2020

First installment due September 15, 2020

Second installment due November 16, 2020

NEW Electronic Billing

The County of Prince Edward is now offering electronic billing services to its property tax customers.

The e-bill will include the same information as a regular paper bill. Billing dates and available payment options will remain the same.

If you are interested in going paperless, please complete and submit the Registration Form for Tax E-Billing.


Pre-Authorized Payment Plans are available: 12 month, 9 month, fixed and instalment plans:‌

You can pay your property taxes online through your bank, or through this website.

Property Tax Rebates

There are certain rebates available on property taxes, including Charitable Organization Rebate. 

Property Tax Deferral

Low Income Seniors Low Income Persons with Disabilities

Property Tax Cancellation, Reduction or Refunds

Some residents may be eligible under specific circumstances for refunds, reductions or cancellation to their property taxes.  Please download the information document below.  You will also find the related application form.

Property Tax Change of Address

Change of Address for your Property Tax

Online Payments - you can now pay your property taxes online, through your bank or through this website.

Municipal Property Assessment Corporation

Any questions about your Assessment Notice, the assessed value, or how to appeal your assessment should be directed to MPAC's Customer Contact Centre at 1.866.296.MPAC (6722) or you can visit their website.

Use MPAC's new AboutMyProperty tool to understand how your property was assessed, how your property compares with others in the community, or to file a Request for Reconsideration if you do not agree with your property's assessment.

Updated property values coming in 2020

Every four years, MPAC sends out a property assessment notice to all Ontario property owners.

Property assessment notices will be mailed from May 2020 to September 2020 and will reflect the updated value of your property as of January 1, 2019. Municipalities will use your assessment to calculate your 2021-2024 property taxes.

When you receive your notice, review it, and keep it for your records.

Want to learn more?

Visit and log onto AboutMyProperty, an online tool to:

• Learn how your property was assessed
• See the information MPAC has on file for your property 
• Compare your assessed value to other similar properties in your area
• File a request for reconsideration if you disagree with your property’s assessed value

Water & Wastewater Billing and Collection

Water and Wastewater Bills

Preauthorized payment plans are available for Water and Wastewater Bill Payments:

You can also opt to recieve your Water and Wastewater bill online:

If you are moving, ensure you notify the County of your change of address, for both billing and mailing purposes?

Online Payment

You can now pay your water billing online, through your bank or through this website.

Sale of Land by Public Tender

The 2019 sale of land by public tender has now closed.

Click here to view the results of the sale of land by public tender