InTouch - August 2019
2020 Assessment Update:
Large & Special Purpose Property Engagement
As the 2020 Assessment Update approaches, MPAC is engaging with large and special purpose property owners, affected municipalities and stakeholders as part of our work to establish updated assessments for these properties.

In the months to come we will bring property owners, municipalities and stakeholders together with our assessors to share, consult and collaborate on key valuation parameters that will inform our assessments.

Host municipalities who receive a letter of intent are encouraged to participate in the engagement process. The assessment methodology and key market parameters discussed will help inform updated property values that will be in place for the 2021-2024 property tax years.
To learn more about our engagement plan, join our webinar for municipalities on Wednesday, September 4th at 1 p.m. or visit .
AMO 2019: Conference Highlights
Last week MPAC hosted an exhibit booth and our annual municipal update as part of the Association of Municipalities of Ontario (AMO) conference in Ottawa, ON.

During our session Nicole McNeill, President and CAO, spoke about MPAC’s evolution over the past 20 years, highlighting our progress toward providing transparent and quality assessments and customer-focused service. Watch a short highlight of Nicole’s address . Carmelo Lipsi, COO and VP of Valuation and Customer Relations, shared insights on the 2020 Assessment Update, along with a high-level look at preliminary sales trend information.

If you asked a question in advance of the session, you can see it answered during the interactive discussion in the full recording which will be posted in September. Topics included valuation of cannabis facilities, farm assessments, enumeration and how MPAC protects its data.

MPAC’s Conference Lineup for September: