Inquiries on your assessment should be directed to MPAC at 1-866-296-6722.
The goal of asset management is to minimize the lifecycle costs of delivering infrastructure services, manage the associated risks, while maximizing the value residents receive from the asset portfolio. An asset management plan is a living document that should be updated regularly to inform long-term planning.
Due to Covid-19 and the Municipal Office being closed to the public, Horton Township is encouraging ratepayers to make their May Tax Installment payment online via their online banking.
Please see below for instructions on how to add Horton as a payee and to pay taxes.
**If you have multiple properties, each roll number must be added, and amount paid to each roll number**
This guide has been prepared by the Ontario Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing (MMAH). It is based on A Quick Guide to Municipal Financial Statements (2010) produced by Alberta Municipal Affairs. The guide provides examples and explanations of some of the typical information contained in a municipality’s annual audited financial statements. It may help municipal officials, councillors, and other stakeholders understand the information provided in the annual financial statements.