Payment Options

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We offer a variety of ways to pay your bill. Payments must be received by the due date to avoid penalty.

If you didn’t receive or if you have misplaced your tax bill or other municipal invoice, contact the Municipal Office at 613-396-1944 or email treasurer@tyendinagatownship.com. It is the account holder’s responsibility to ensure payments are made and the account balance is paid.

Pay your taxes and other municipal invoices (e.g. dog tags, rentals, entrance permits) through online banking with your financial institution. You are responsible to pay any service charges levied by them.

Taxes 

  • Sign onto your online banking and add “Tyendinaga, Twp – Property Taxes” as a payee.
  • Use your roll number located on your tax bill for the 19-digit account number. Some institution only require the first 15-digits. Note your roll number begins with 12-01-000-0XX-XXXX-0000.

Municipal Invoices (e.g. dog tags, rentals, entrance permits)

  • Sign onto your online banking and add “Tyendinaga, Twp –  Miscellaneous” as a payee.
  • Enter a detailed description such as your dog tag number or address to ensure your payment is applied to the proper account.

Contact your bank’s customer service department if this does not work.

Allow at least four business days for your bank to process the transaction and send us your payment.

To use this service, please contact us at 613-396-1944 or email treasurer@tyendinagatownship.com.

You are responsible to pay any service charges levied by them.

Pay your taxes and other municipal invoices (e.g. dog tags) online using third party companies such as PaySimply and Paytm.

Make sure to submit your payment well in advance of the due date, because it may take a few days to process the payment. You are responsible to pay any service charges levied by them.

Credit card payments cannot be processed in person. Any third party companies are neither affiliated nor partners of the Township. Visit their website for terms, conditions, payment processing times or any other inquires.

Online, mobile or telephone banking

You can add the Township of Tyendinaga as a bill payee with most banks.

Taxes 

  • Sign onto your online banking and add “Tyendinaga, Twp – Property Taxes” as a payee.
  • Use your roll number located on your tax bill for the 19-digit account number. Some institution only require the first 15-digits. Note your roll number begins with 12-01-000-0XX-XXXX-0000.

Municipal Invoices (e.g. dog tags, rentals, entrance permits)

  • Sign onto your online banking and add “Tyendinaga, Twp –  Miscellaneous” as a payee.
  • Enter a detailed description such as your dog tag number or address to ensure your payment is applied to the proper account.

Contact your bank’s customer service department if this does not work.

Allow at least four business days for your bank to process the transaction and send us your payment.

ATM or bank teller

You can pay your bill at an ATM or with a teller at most banks. Allow at least four business days for your bank to process the transaction and send us your payment.

Location: Township of Tyendinaga Municipal Office 

Payment methods accepted:

  • Cash
  • Cheque (made out to the Township of Tyendinaga)
  • Debit

Cheques may be dropped in the mail slot located beside the main entrance to the Municipal Office.

Location: Tyendinaga Township Municipal Office 

Make a payment by cheque using our 24-hour drop-off mail slot. Please attach your tax payment stub or payment details on the cheque within your envelope to ensure payment is applied to correct account.

The mail slot is located to the left of the municipal office’s front door.

Please do not use the mail slot for cash payments.

To mail payments, send to:

Township of Tyendinaga
859 Melrose Road
Shannonville, ON, K0K 3A0

  • Cheque (made out to the Township of Tyendinaga) and payment details or tax roll number written on memo line
  • Attach your payment stub

Please mail early, as payments delayed in the mail and received after the due date will be subject to a penalty charge. We consider payments complete on the date the Finance Department receives your cheque.