COVID-19 Update 5: Oshawa waives tax penalties for 60 days

To support residents and businesses during this difficult time, the City of Oshawa is waiving tax payment penalties and interest for 60 days for all residents and businesses, effective with the April tax installment.

“The City of Oshawa is committed to helping our community members, families and businesses. We’ve taken action to support our businesses and residents by providing some financial relief as we work together to overcome this global pandemic and rebuild our economy,” said Oshawa Mayor Dan Carter.

The two-month grace period, until June 30, is for the April 27, 2020 installment with no penalties or interest charged. Insufficient funds and pre-authorized payment related fees will be waived.

Additionally, the first installment of the final residential billing scheduled for June 26, 2020 will be delayed by one month to July 24, 2020. The final commercial billing date is July 27, 2020.

Isabelle Foley

Isabelle Foley

As Director of Member Success I strive to help members connect and get the most out of their chamber membership. I am an advocate for local businesses and passionate about spotlighting our community's success. Join the growth!

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