When you receive your Property Assessment Notice from MPAC, take the time to review it. No further action is required on your part unless you have questions or you disagree with your assessed value and/or classification.
To learn more, visit aboutmyproperty.ca to access detailed information about your property and compare it to similar properties in your area. If you don’t agree with the assessed value, you can file a Request for Reconsideration (RfR) with MPAC, at no charge, or file an appeal with the Assessment Review Board. It’s important that you submit your RfR or appeal before the deadline shown on your Property Assessment Notice.
To learn more about your assessed value, visit www.aboutmyproperty.ca or contact MPAC at 1-866-296-6722.
Due to the recent close calls in Malahide, and not so close calls in area municipalities along with the dry conditions and prospects of rain at a minimum, Malahide is placing a burn ban into effect until environmental conditions change. Environment Canada has also issued an extreme air quality warning in Elgin for the next couple of days that can only be exacerbated by unnecessary burning. Campfires for the purpose of cooking or heating are the ONLY exceptions. These campfires MUST be no greater than 24" in diameter, in a non-combustible container, and attended at all times with a source of extinguishment nearby.