Posted on Tuesday February 09, 2016
The City of Oshawa has teamed up with epost - Canada Post’s safe, secure and free online tool that allows users to receive, manage and store their property tax bills and other important documents in a centralized location.
Launched in 2000, epost was the first bill consolidator in Canada. Canada Post is committed to ensuring the security and privacy of your digital mail and uses advanced encryption technology to provide its 7.5 million epost users peace of mind. The service is also environmentally friendly, and provides a cost savings to the City.
“Whether researching, shopping, or paying our bills, being able to complete transactions online is a tremendous benefit to us all,” said Councillor Nancy Diamond, Chair of the Finance Committee. “Online support makes our lives easier, for both quick information retrieval and bill payment. Whether it’s registration for recreation programs, By-Law information or paying taxes, Oshawa is continually looking for ways to use technology to support our community.”
Oshawa residents that register for epost will be able to view their online bills and statements any time, from anywhere, online in a safe and secure digital mailbox. Once registered, residents can access their Inbox and subscribe to “City of Oshawa – Property Tax Bill” as a Mailer to begin receiving their municipal tax bills online.
Sign up for epost today; register by Friday, May 20 to receive your 2016 final tax bill online.
There is no change for residents who prefer to continue to receive a paper municipal tax bill in the mail. Only those who voluntarily sign up for epost will receive the online bill.
Learn more about epost and the City of Oshawa.