Methods of payment
1. By mail
- To be received by 4:30 p.m. on the installment due date and addressed to:
Town of Lincoln Tax Department
4800 South Service Road
Beamsville, ON L0R 1B1
2. In person
- At the Municipal Office during office hours (8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday to Friday) by cash, cheque or debit card or by depositing payment by cheque in the After Hours Mail Deposit located at the front entrance of Town Hall.
3. At most financial institutions
- Until the installment due date. Please allow 5 business days for processing or penalty and interest may apply.
4. Pre-authorized payment
- Automatic withdrawal from your bank account on the instalment due date, 10-month instalment plan, or 12-month tax arrears plan (for accounts in arrears and subject to approval)
- If you wish to set up your tax account on a pre-authorized payment plan, please complete our Pre-authorized Payment Plan Form and return it to the Town of Lincoln.
If you are currently on the PAP plan, pease note: The Town of Lincoln will no longer be issuing notification letters advising of the change in your monthly payment for the period July 15 to October 15.
Information regarding the change will be located at the bottom of your final property tax bill that is mailed to all residents at the end of June of each year.
However, residents on this plan will continue to receive notification letters for changes to their payments for the period of January 15 to June 15 of the following year.
For more information or questions, please contact 905-563-2799 ext. 222.
5. Electronic bill payment
- Telephone banking, ATM Machine, software linkups, etc. (It will be necessary for you to apply at your financial institution for this service).
- Please allow sufficient time for payments to reach the Town by the due date. Up to 3 business days may be required for bank payments.
6. Credit card
- Through Paymentus Corporation, a third party automated payment service, that accepts Visa or MasterCard. A convenience fee will be charged. For your Account Number, please indicate your 19-digit roll number on your property tax bill.
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