Ward 9 Update

Good afternoon everyone,

 

I would like to provide some important information on garbage/debris pickup and property tax deferrals.

 

All garbage and debris can be left at the curb for pickup, if you are unable to bundle city crews will still be able to pick up your items.  

 

 

Please find below information about property tax deferrals for damaged structures due to the storm. This information will also be posted on ottawa.ca:

 

Property taxes for damaged structures

The City of Ottawa may cancel, reduce or refund part of the property taxes levied on properties where the structure has been razed or damaged by Friday’s tornados and windstorm.

 

Residents must submit an application form by February 28, 2019:

  • By mail:

City of Ottawa Revenue Services c/o Tax Adjustments Section

100 Constellation Drive, 4th Floor East

Ottawa, ON K2G 6J8

 

Residents will have to provide details about the damage and repairs, including pictures and insurance reports.

 

For more information, please contact Revenue Services at 613-580-2444.

 

 

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