Final 2022 Windsor tax bills mailed
July 12, 2022 3:00am
If you live in the City of Windsor, you should have received your final tax bill in the mail.
The City has mailed the final tax bills for 2022. If you have not received your bill or have questions or concerns regarding the amount, the City has suggested calling 311 or emailing the property tax department.
Due dates for regular payments are July 20, September 14 and November 16. Payment is accepted via checks sent through the mail, telephone or online banking, or at an approved financial institution. There is also a drop-off point on the first floor at 350 City Hall Square West to deposit checks as payment.
The City also offers mid-month and end-of-month payment plans for convenience.
If you already have your tax payments deducted by your financial institution or mortgage firm, you will receive a tax bill for your records but will not have to take any other action.
If you are having trouble with your property tax payments, the City strongly encourages you to seek lower-cost alternatives that are available through banks, credit unions, and trust companies.
The City also offers a tax repayment program for all property owners and a tax relief program available to single-family residential property owners that meet the eligibility criteria. The application deadline is February 28, 2023.
Failure to receive a bill in the mail does not exempt property owners from payment. Penalties and interest can be added for late payments.
Complete information about the City’s property tax program can be found on its official website.