1st Floor City Hall, 70 Collier St.
Phone: (705) 726-4242
The majority of the City's money comes from residential and commercial property taxes. Other sources of revenue include user fees, development charges, grants & subsidies from other levels of government and contributions from reserves.
Property Tax Payment Notice There will be no new late fees or City-imposed non-sufficient funds (NSF) charges for tax bills until June 30, 2020. For full information please visit Property Tax Payment Options.
barrie.ca/services for up-to-date information re all City services.
Of Barrie's 2019 residential property tax bill, 55% funds
City services, 14% funds education, as mandated by the Province, and 31% funds the City’s service partners such as the
Barrie Police, Public Library and services delivered by the County of Simcoe such as Land Ambulance and Social Services.
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Get the estimated amount of property tax you will pay and the distribution of your municipal taxes, based on your property assessment and select property classification.
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