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How Barrie Compares

Barrie taxes are very comparable to other municipalities. In fact, Barrie taxes are in the lower end of other major southern Ontario municipalities. Taxes paid for services provided by the City are comparable to other household expenses.

Other Municipalities

According to the 2020 BMA Municipal Study, average property taxes for a single family home (detached bungalow) in Barrie were $3,934. Here’s how that number compares to property taxes paid by a similar home in Ontario cities with populations over 100,000:

Municipality2020 Property Taxes
Markham$6,594
Toronto (South)$5,970  
Mississauga$5,033  
Toronto (North)$4,948
Richmond Hill$4,853
Vaughan$4,849  
Oakville$4,833  
Whitby$4,799
Oshawa$4,680  
​Hamilton$4,371
Brampton$4,321
​Ottawa​$4,239
​Burlington$4,107 ​
​St. Catharines​$4,068
​Toronto (West)​$3,980
Barrie $3,934
Thunder Bay$3,885
Guelph$3,865  
London$3,768  
Milton$3,728  
Brantford$3,721
Cambridge$3,688
Kingston$3,686
Clarington$3,674  
Kitchener$3,578
Waterloo$3,494  
Toronto (East)$3,460  
Windsor$3,363
Greater Sudbury$3,331
Chatham-Kent$3,212  
Average $4,201
Residential Comparison: Detached Bungalow |  Municipalities with populations greater than 100,000 |  Source: 2020 BMA Municipal Study (page 304).

Other property categories for municipalities with populations greater than 100,000, and Barrie’s position:

• 2-Storey Home: ~$384 lower than the average (pg. 310)
• Senior Executive: ~$558 lower than the average (pg. 316)
• Multi-Residential Walk-ups: ~$119 lower than the average (pg. 324)
• Multi-Residential/High Rise: ~$28 lower than the average (pg. 329)

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