How does the Monthly Payment Plan work?
The Monthly Payment Plan is continuous and runs from January to December. Each year property taxes are billed in May and due on or before June 30th. Participating in the Monthly Payment Plan means you don’t need to worry about the June due date or late payment penalties. The first five monthly withdrawals are based on the previous year’s tax levy. Your automatic monthly withdrawals are adjusted in June to compensate for the new levy. Your adjusted monthly withdrawal will be 1/7th of the outstanding balance on your tax notice and will commence with your June withdrawal. This adjustment will ensure that your tax account is at a zero balance on December 31 each calendar year.

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1. How does the Monthly Payment Plan work?
2. How do I join the MPP?
3. When can I join? Is there a charge to join?
4. What if I own more than 1 property?
5. What if I'm already on MPP and moving?
6. What if I'm already on MPP and buying additional property?
7. Do I have to renew the MPP each year?
8. What if I need to change my banking information?
9. What if I want to terminate my participation in the MPP?
10. What if my payment is returned NSF or my banking information I submitted was incorrect?
11. What will my Property Assessment and Tax Notice look like?
12. What if an adjustment is made to my taxes?
13. What if I receive Supplementary taxes and participate in the MPP?