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Region of Queens Municipality

Nova Scotia, Canada

The Council of the Region of Queens Municipality has approved a tax exemption for low income residents of Queens County for the 2017/2018 fiscal year. Applicants are required to provide a copy of their 2016 Notice of Assessment from the Canada Revenue Agency. The application form is below in a fillable PDF form. Forms must be printed and signed and then forwarded with the appropriate documentation to:

Region of Queens Municipality
Finance Department
PO Box 1264
Liverpool, Nova Scotia
B0T 1K0

  Tax Exemption Form

If you have any questions, please contact our tax clerk, whose name and contact info are on the left.

There are no tax sales at this time

 

 

The total amount billed must be paid by the due date to avoid interest charges. Interest is applied at a rate of 12% per annum to any outstanding taxes.

There are several ways you can pay your bill:

  1. through online banking. Most major financial institutions offer this service, however it is best to contact your bank to make sure and to enquire about how to pay this bill through them; or
  2. through telephone banking. As with online banking, you should check with your bank about availability and how to register; or
  3. at most financial institutions in Canada. Bring your bill and your payment to the teller; or
  4. by mail. You can send your cheque or money order to
    Region of Queens Municipality
    Finance Department
    PO Box 1264
    Liverpool, Nova Scotia
    B0T 1K0
  5. in person via cash, cheque, money order or debit (Interac) at our offices located at 249 White Point Road, Liverpool (see map below); or
  6. directly through your mortgage company. Contact them directly to find out how to sign up for this.
 

Property taxes in the Region of Queens are calculated by applying the applicable tax rate to every $100 in assessed property value. The assessed value is determined by an independent organization, the Property Valuation Services Corporation, a company that performs the valuation services for all properties in Nova Scotia. HST is not applicable on property taxes.

Tax Rates for April 1, 2017 to March 31, 2018 are:

  Districts 1-12 District 13
Residential / Resource $1.02 $1.90
Commercial $2.12 $3.00
      
Districts 5 & 6 Area Rates All Classifications: $0.06

 

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