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Tax Forms - Business
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  Business Tax Forms
Payment Due Dates

City of Mississauga 2020 Interim Tax bills for commercial, industrial and multi-residential properties will be mailed out February 6 and February 7, 2020 . If you do not received a tax bill, please contact the Customer Service Centre at 3-1-1, or if calling outside City limits call 905-615-4311 or via e-mail at Please note that failure to receive a tax bill does not exempt you from paying your taxes and the penalties added for late payment.

Commercial, Industrial, and Multi-Residential taxes are payable as follows:

One Instalment
March 5, 2020

Property assessments are updated by MPAC every four years. Assessment increases are phased-in over the four year period. Decreases in assessment are implemented immediately. The current four year period covers 2017-2020 with an assessment valuation date of January 1, 2016.


Your final tax bill will be based on your 2020 phased-in assessment value and will reflect any changes in municipal taxes and the education portion of your taxes as well as any capping and clawback adjustments.

  • Final instalment due date to be approved by Council.

The Municipal Property Assessment Corporation (MPAC) is responsible for placing a value on all properties in Ontario. From the information supplied by MPAC, the City of Mississauga calculates the tax amounts and issues the tax bills.

There are many different ways to pay your property tax bill. Go to Payment Options for information on the various payment methods.

For further information, please contact the Customer Service Centre at 3-1-1, or if calling outside the City limits call 905-615-4311, or e-mail:

Residential Tax Information
Residential Tax Information - find out more information, download forms and review tax rates online by visiting our residential tax & assessment page.
  Residential Tax Information
Tax and Assessment Links