The City of Brampton is responsible for billing and collecting property taxes. It is also responsible to bill and collect taxes for the Regional Municipality of Peel and the local school boards. Property taxes are levied twice a year by an Interim and Final Notice. The Interim billing reflects taxes due for the first six months of the year billed in three instalment due dates. The Final billing reflects taxes due for the last six months of the year, also in three instalment due dates. The tax rate is expressed as a percentage of the assessed value. Different tax rates are set for different classes of property (i.e., Residential, Multi-Residential, Commercial, and Industrial).
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Protecting your privacy
The City of Brampton does not disclose tax account information unless the Customer Number shown on the upper right hand corner of the tax bill is provided with any inquiry.
Customer number must be provided to receive account information
Free interpretation services are available in more than 150 languages either in person at City Hall, Cashier’s Office, 2 Wellington Street West, or by calling 311 or 905-874-2000 (if outside of Brampton).
When you sell your home
Ownership and/or mailing address changes must be provided in writing to the Tax Section, 2 Wellington Street West Brampton, Ontario, L6Y 4R2, and to the Municipal Property Assessment Corporation P.O Box 9808 Toronto, Ontario M1S 5T9 Fax: 1-866-297-6703
Changing your school support
You can redirect your education property taxes to support any of the school boards operating in Brampton. To do so you must complete an Application for Direction of School Support form and forward it to the Municipal Property Assessment Corporation (MPAC) for processing. The form can be obtained from the local school board office.
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To Contact MPAC:
Municipal Property Assessment Corporation
P.O Box 9808