2017 Property Assessment Notice
In 2016, MPAC mailed a Property Assessment Notice to every property owner in the province – assessing more than five million properties in Ontario.
The next province-wide Assessment Update of all properties will take place in 2020.
MPAC continues to review properties during non-Assessment Update years. New homes are built, owners renovate, additions are built, structures are removed or demolished and properties change use. Notices are mailed in the fall to reflect changes made in 2017.
MPAC is legislatively responsible for updating this information even in a year when a province-wide Assessment Update is not taking place.
Your 2017 Property Assessment Notice shows the assessed value of your property based on a January 1, 2016 legislated valuation date. Your 2012 assessed value is also included on your Notice. Your 2012 and 2016 values, as shown on your 2017 Notice, may not necessarily be the same as the values that appeared on your last Notice if your property underwent a change that affected its value.
Why did I receive a 2017 Property Assessment Notice from MPAC?
You may have received this Notice for one of the following reasons:
- change to property ownership, legal description, or school support;
- change to the property’s value resulting from a Request for Reconsideration or Assessment Review Board decision;
- property value increase/decrease reflecting a change to the property; for example, a new structure, addition, or removal of an old structure; or
- change in the classification or tax liability of the property.
|2017 Property Assessment Change Notice|
|2017 Amended Property Assessment Notice|
|Information about your Property Assessment Change Notice|
|Information about your Amended Property Assessment Notice|