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Sudbury grants property tax payment extension
Greater Sudbury city council will send out property taxes at a later date
SUDBURY -- The City of Greater Sudbury is extending the second due date for interim property taxes for residents due to COVID-19.
Extending the due date almost a month, penalties and interest on late payments will not be charged if amounts owed for the April 2, interim property tax deadline are paid by July 2. The original extension was to June 4.
"I am pleased to offer residents this option for the 2020 interim tax bill,” said Greater Sudbury Mayor Brian Bigger. “In providing this extension for residents, I hope to help reduce additional stress and bring some peace of mind for those who may be experiencing financial strain during this unprecedented time.”
City officials say the deadline for final 2020 property taxes is anticipated to be delayed until early fall. The revised schedule is still being determined.
If you are a property owners enrolled in the pre-authorized tax payment plan and feel you may have difficulty meeting the payment can call 705-674-4455, extension 2601 to review available options.
For questions related to property taxes, call 311 or visit www.greatersudbury.ca/taxes.