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Toronto Property Tax and Utility Bill Deferral Dates

The City of Toronto has been working with homeowners to help delay payments for Toronto property taxes and utilities as well as suspend late payment fees. Below you will find more information on this program as well as the remaining due dates/options for payment for the rest of 2020.

The original deferral plan covered the dates from March 16 to May 15.

As May 15 approaches, the City is making home owners aware of the new interim bill due dates, which will be mailed to all customers.

Below is a chart of the installment options and due dates available for the remainder of the year.

  • Two-instalment plan: August 4
  • Six-instalment plan: June 1, July 2, August 4, September 1, and October 1
  • Eleven-instalment plan: June 15, July 15, August 17, September 15, October 15, November 16, and December 15.

Customers on the 11-installment plan will have their deferred payments spread evenly over their remaining payments for the year.

For customers who are on pre-authorized payments or have sent post dated checks to the city, your payments will just resume as usual following the conclusion of the deferral period.

If you pay your taxes together with your mortgage please contact your mortgage professional for more information.

If you would like more information on your property taxes, please refer to the online Property Tax Lookup tool.

For utility bill customers, billing due dates have simply been pushed back on all of your utility bills.