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Financial Statements

2021 Final Budget

2020 Financial Highlights (PDF)

2019 Financial Highlights (PDF)

2018 Financial Highlights (PDF)

2017 Financial Highlights (PDF)

2016 Financial Highlights (PDF)

2015 Financial Highlights [PDF: 20 KB]

Asset Management Plan (2014 to 2023) [PDF: 181 KB]

Appendix B - Levels of Service - Calvin - Dec 20, 2013   [PDF: 359 KB]

2013 Municipal Performance Measurement [PDF: 42 KB]

Property Taxes & Assessments

Taxes are based on the current market value/assessment of your property. If you have a question concerning your property assessment, please call the Municipal Property Assessment Corporation at 1-866-296-6722. See also MPAC 2020 Year End

At the beginning of each year Council reviews the financial position of the municipality. They also review proposed projects combined with the community needs to determine the amount of revenues that must be generated to cover the expenses, as every municipality must have a balanced budget (revenues equal expenditures). Property taxes are the main source of revenue for municipalities.

The total amount of tax revenue required is then divided by the total property assessments for the municipality and thus a “tax rate” is determined. The rate is applied to the assessment value to come up with the current taxes for the ratepayer. For example, if a home is assessed at $100,000 and the tax rate is $.012003, the taxes for the year would be $100,000 x .012003 which equals $1,200.30.

Third party Agencies, Boards and Committees (ABC's) also submit their budget requirements for the year. These ABC's include the North Bay-Parry Sound Health Unit, the schools boards, District Social Service Board, etc. Then Council uses the combined assessed values of all properties to determine the tax rate.

Interim Bills

Mailed in February. Payment is due on the last business day in March.

Final Bills

Mailed in July. Payment is due on the last business day in August.

Sign-up for eBilling

Sign up and you will receive a PDF version of your tax bill delivered directly to your email account. The e-bill will look exactly the same as your current tax bill. Once your e-billing is set-up, your future tax bills will be electronically delivered to the email address you provided. You will no longer receive paper copies of your bill by mail. You will receive your tax bill at least 30 days before the due date.  EBilling Form

Payment Options

  • In person at our office using cash or cheque (sorry no debit/credit cards)
  • By mail (cheque or money order)
  • Canadian customers may use the following bill payment remittance services at participating financial institutions (eg. Caisse Populaire/Desjardins, CIBC or Scotiabank, Credit Union):
    1. automated banking machine (ABM), or
    2. over the counter, or
    3. online, or
    4. telephone
  • ePayment - All you need is internet access and a major credit card.

    To start using ePayment:
    1. Go to and click on “Make an ePayment” located in the footer
    2. Click on “Register” and enter required information
    3. When Email verification received click on link in email
    4. Enter user ID, password, and verification code provided in email
    5. Enter 19 digit property roll number, name, phone number, and amount
    6. Click “Make Payment” (note there is a 3% convenience fee)
    7. Pay with a major credit card or PayPal account


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