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The Town of Milton sends out property tax bills twice a year. The interim tax bill is sent early February and the final tax bill is sent early June. 

If your mortgage company manages your property taxes or you are enrolled in one of the monthly pre-authorized payment plan programs you will receive one final tax bill which is sent in early June.

Review your bill and make your payment by the due dates provided. Property taxes are due on the:

  • Last business day of February (Feb. 29, 2024)
  • Last business day of April (April 30, 2024)
  • Last business day of June (June 28, 2024)
  • Last business day of September (Sept. 27, 2024)

Make a payment

As of March 1, 2021, cash will no longer be accepted for property tax payments for safer and more convenient transactions among residents, business owners and employees. Please see the below options for how to pay your property taxes.

Financial institutions

Pay your taxes online directly through online banking or in-person at your trusted financial institution. To pay online, sign in to your online banking and add the Town of Milton as a payee. Enter your 15-digit roll number, which is located on your property tax bill.

Pay online at the following financial institutions. 

Financial institutionOnline banking payee name
Bank of Montreal Milton Tax
BMO Corp Milton – Taxes
BNC Percep (Scotia) Milton
Canadian Tire Bank Milton – Taxes
CCPEDQ Town of Milton
Central Credit Union Milton, Town - Tax
CIBC Milton Taxes
HSBC Bank Canada Corp of the Town of Milton
Korea Exchange Bank Milton Ontario, Town
Royal Direct Milton Ontario, Town
Tangerine Bank Milton – Taxes
TD Canada Trust Milton Tax
Scotiabank Milton Taxes

Pre-authorized payment

The town offers various pre-authorized payment plans.


Mail your property tax payment by cheque to:

Town of Milton, Tax Division
PO Box 400
Milton, ON L9T 4Z1

Cheques made payable to the Town of Milton can be dated current or post-dated to the corresponding due dates. Make sure to send your payment well in advance of the due date. Late penalties are applied if we don’t receive your payment on time.


In-person property tax payments can be made at Town Hall Monday to Friday, 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. 

As of March 1, 2021, cash will no longer be accepted for property tax payments for safer and more convenient transactions among residents, business owners and employees. Cash payments for property taxes can still be made in-person at your financial institution.

After-hours drop box

You can drop your payment off at Town Hall after hours using our drop boxes. The drop boxes are located at both the Mary St. and King St. entrances. If you’re dropping off a payment after hours, you must pay by cheque.

Mortgage company 

Make arrangements to pay your property taxes with your mortgage company.

Pay by credit card

Online option only; independent third party providers may accept credit card payments for property taxes online. These providers are neither affiliates nor partners of the Town. Visit their websites for terms and conditions of their service charges, payment processing times, etc.

Always leave enough time for your payment to process. You will be charged a late penalty if we receive your tax payment after the due date. 

Late payments

If you’re late paying your taxes, a penalty charge of 1.25 per cent will be added on the first day of default. A further 1.25 per cent interest charge will be applied the first day of each month until we receive the payment. Payments on accounts are applied first towards the outstanding interest and then to the oldest outstanding taxes.

Milton offers a pre-authorized tax payment program for accounts in arrears. For more information, or to get an Arrears Plan Application form, please send us an email or call us at 905-864-4142.

New to Milton

If you previously owned a property in Milton and pay your taxes through online banking, please update the roll number (15 digit number found on the top right of your notice). The roll number on your new property will be different from the previous property.