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Final 2024 Property Tax bills mailed out Friday

Pelham property owners who have not received their final tax bill by June 17 are encouraged to contact the Pelham Tax Department
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The Town of Pelham's 2024 Final Property Tax bill have been mailed out on June 7, 2024. Residents who have not received their final tax bill by June 17, 2024, are encouraged to contact the Pelham Tax Department via email at [email protected] or by phone at 905-980-6678.

Residents are reminded to retain their final tax bill from the June mailing, for 2024 income tax purposes.

Town of Pelham property tax bills have a breakdown of applicable increases on the back of the bills which highlight the levies for Provincial Education, the Region of Niagara, the Town of Pelham, the Regional Transit and the Regional Waste Management.  

Residents are encouraged to review the insert included in the mailing that details frequently asked questions regarding taxes in Pelham. Additional information on payment options can also be found at 

Below are the due dates for the upcoming Town of Pelham instalments.

First Instalment: Friday, June 28, 2024, at 4:30 p.m.

Second Instalment: Friday, Sept. 27, 2024, at 4:30 p.m.

Payments are accepted in the following ways:

1.     Telephone/internet banking or at your financial institution

2.     Cheque payment by mail or drop box at Town Hall

3.     Pre-authorized payment

4.     By credit card through Paymentus - fee applies

Enrolment in the Pre-authorized payment plan is the best way to ensure on-time payments. Residents can take advantage of the various interest-free, pre-authorized payment options. Pre-authorized payment plans are recalculated twice annually to reflect changes in assessed value and tax rate. A void cheque or pre-authorized debit (PAD) form is required, and accounts must be paid up to date to be eligible to enrol.

Property owners can also avoid penalty charges by ensuring all payments are received by 4:30 p.m. on the due date. Payments made directly through financial institutions must be made in advance of the due date to allow for bank processing time. 

Additional information on Pelham taxes and payment options can also be found at