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Tax Structure

For more information, please visit the Port Saunders Town Office - or contact us by phone at (709) 861-3105 or via e-mail at info@townofportsaunders.ca.

Class of Business Mil Rate Method % of Revenue Min. Tax Method
Electrical, Beauty Salons 26 mils -- $400.00
General Stores 31 mils -- $2500.00
Food Establishments 26 mils -- $500.00
Oil Companies 34 mils -- $1000.00
Gas Stations 26 mils -- $1500.00
Drug Stores 23 mils -- $2500.00
Building Supplies 31 mils -- $2500.00
Fish Buyers/Processors 26 mils -- $1000.00
Marine Centre 29 mils -- $5000.00
Entertainment 21 mils -- $1000.00
Convenience Stores 26 mils -- $1000.00
Snowmobile Shops 26 mils -- $1000.00
Sporting Goods 26 mils -- $400.00
Banks or Credit Unions 30 mils -- $2000.00
       
       
Property Tax 8.5 mils Minimum $400.00
Business Property Tax 8.5 mils Minimum $400.00
Water Tax -- -- $280.00
Water & Sewer Tax -- -- $400.00
Business Water & Sewer Tax -- -- $420.00
Business Water Only -- -- $300.00

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Posted: Dec 13, 2011 12:54 pm NFLD


New Subdivision for Port Saunders
Council has adopted a new set of regulations pertaining to the new subdivision.  The agreement must be signed prior to purchasing the land.  For a copy of the regulations, please contact the town office at (709) 861-3105 or via email at info@townofportsaunders.ca.

Posted: Nov 2, 2011 3:02 pm NFLD


Beautification of Our Community ..
Civic pride, surrounding the appearance of our town, inspires greater population growth. It also triggers investment and jobs into our local economy. [Read More]

Posted: Nov 2, 2011 1:50 pm NFLD