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 Contact:
 Municipal Office
 4591 Lambton Line,
 RR 4 Dresden, Ont.
 N0P 1M0
 519-692-5148
 Fax: 519-692-5511
 admin@dawneuphemia.on.ca

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FINANCE / TAX DEPARTMENT

The Finance/Tax Department is responsible for maintaining all of the financial records of the Township as well as preparing and issuing billings for property taxation and water.

Click here for the Township's Financial Information Return (FIR), Audited Financial Statement for 2016.

A copy of the Township's 2017 budget is available here.

A copy of the Township's Asset Management Report is available here.

Tax Bill / Payments

Staff is pleased to answer any questions that you may have about your tax bills.  Property owners will receive two tax bills each year.  An interim tax bill is sent out in early February and is generally due in two instalments – by March 30 and by May 30.  It is based on 50% of the previous year’s billing and is divided into two instalments. The final tax bill is mailed in early August with two payments being due, one by September 30 and the other by November 30.

Every attempt is being made to improve payment options for taxpayers. The alternatives include:

  • Payment by cheque, cash or debit at the Municipal Office;
    4591 Lambton Line
    R.R. #4 Dresden, ON  N0P 1M0
  • Telephone and internet payments
  • Mailing to the above address
  • Payment at Chartered Banks

Contact
Brad Fox, Treasurer

Assessment/Assessment Appeals

The Municipal Property Assessment Corporation (MPAC) is responsible for determining assessment values for all properties in the Township.  Questions regarding assessed values or the assessment appeal process should be directed to MPAC.

Contact
Municipal Property Assessment Corporation (MPAC)