- 2016 Municipal Energy Data
- 2015 Municipal Energy Data
- 2012 Final Tax Bill Percentage Compared to Expenses
- 2013 Financial Information Return (FIR) and Municipal Performance Measurement Program (MPMP)
- Tax Information
- Collection of Taxes
- Fee list
- Financial Report
- Asset Management Plan - Dec. 17, 2013
- 2014 Energy Plan
- 2012 Municipal Energy Data
- 2013 Municipal Energy Data
- Change of Address
INFORMATION BULLETIN – June 2016
Tax Notices have been mailed to property owners with Residential, Farm, Managed Forests and Pipeline property classes. The final tax levy is split into two installments, being due July 29, 2016 and September 30, 2016. Tax notices for Multi-Residential, Commercial and Industrial properties affected by the Provincial capping restrictions will be mailed out later in the year when these restriction adjustments have been completed.
By-law No. 2016-29 was passed by Council on May 17, 2016 to adopt the 2016 Rates.
The Township of McNab/Braeside is the 4th highest contributor to the Renfrew County levy in 2016. The Township will submit payment for the County levy in the amount of $3,032,041.00 in 2016.
For every dollar the Township collects in residential taxes, the Township retains 48 cents, the Schools receive 18 cents and the County receives 34 cents. In 2015, the Township Tax rate was the 5th lowest in Renfrew County.
2016 PROPERTY TAX RATES
|Property Class||Own Purpose||County||Education||Total Tax Rate|
|Comm. (New Construction)||0.00878074||0.00626809||0.01180000||0.02684883|
|Industrial (New Construction)||0.01356330||0.00992395||0.01180000||0.03528725|
|2016 TOWNSHIP BUDGET|
|Revenue, Operating & Capital Expenditures|
|Garbage Levy||567,915||Fire Protection||614,379|
|Provincial Gov't||59,184||Building Inspection||96,318|
|Payments in Lieu||204,004||Transportation||5,428,184|
|Other Municipal||110,490||Waste Management||837,129|
|Licences, Permits||114,569||Street Lights||71,730|
|Reserves Transfer & Debt||3,854,738||Emergency Planning||19,775|
|Total Revenues||10,228,700||Op. & Capital Expenditures||10,228,700|
The Township mails two tax bills each year. The first tax bill is the interim tax bill with one instalment due at the end of March. The Interim Tax Bill is calculated at 50% of the previous year's total Taxes Levied. The Final Tax Bill is calculated using the current market value assessment times the tax rates less the interim bill amount, and the balance is divided into two instalments due at the end of July and September.
A PENALTY OF 1¼% per month will be added to any outstanding amount on the 1st day of each month until paid. Failure to receive a Tax Bill does not relieve the Taxpayer from payment of Taxes or Penalty. If a property has changed ownership, please return the Tax Bill to the Township Office.