Property Tax Rates

Your individual contribution through property taxes pays for programs and services that keep the City running every day, and benefit the entire community. The City’s operating and capital budgets are prepared annually, and the operating budget provides the money needed for the City to perform routine operations and provide daily services.  Approximately 46% of the operating budget comes from property taxes.  Property taxes help pay for services such as police, fire and paramedics, animal control, public health, water and wastewater treatment, roads, transit, parks and playgrounds, social services and more.

Calculate your property taxes

Did you know you can calculate your property taxes using our Tax Calculating Tool? All you need is your address or roll number.

How your property tax is calculated

There are two numbers that are needed in order to calculate your property taxes: the assessed value of your property (property assessment) and the tax rate. Property taxes are calculated by multiplying these two together.

Example:

 (Property assessment) x (tax rate %) = your annual property taxes.

 ($230,000) x (1.29%) = $ 2,967

Learn more about how we get your property assessment and your tax rate below:

Property taxes for commercial, industrial and multi-residential properties

Commercial, industrial and multi-residential properties are provided with capping protection from reform-related property tax increases by Bill 140: The Continued Protection for Property Taxpayers Act.

For more information about Bill 140 and how it may affect your property taxes, please call the City of Greater Sudbury's tax department. 

For general information about Bill 140, please contact the Ministry of Finance.

For more information see By-law 2018-102F (PDF, 15 KB) - To Establish Clawback Percentages for the 2018 Taxation Year for the Commercial and Industrial Tax Classes.