How to view assessment rolls | Ownership/tenancy letters | Appealing your assessment
What are assessment rolls?
Assessment rolls list all properties in the City of Toronto. Residential properties show owner(s) and tenant(s) names, mailing addresses and the assessed value of each property and the school support for taxation purposes.
Assessment rolls list information on every property in the city:
- Current owner and, sometimes, tenants
- Current assessed value of the property, as determined by the Municipal Property Assessment Corporation (MPAC)
- School board support
- Structural information
In Ontario, property is assessed on the basis of its current value determined on a date specified in the Assessment Act. For 2013 - 2016 taxation years the date of valuation is January 1, 2012.
The assessment roll does not include information about taxes. To learn about City taxes, see the property tax site.
Questions about assessment value
All questions about your assessment should go to the Municipal Property Assessment Corporation (MPAC):
Municipal Property Assessment Corporation (MPAC)
5255 Yonge Street, 4th Floor
North York, ON M2N 6P4
How to view assessment rolls
You can view current assessment rolls for the entire city at City Hall. For all civic centres see below. For older assessment rolls, please contact or visit the City Archives, which has assessment roll information dating back to 1834.
Hard copies (in binders):
The City Clerk's Office, Registry Services, has hard copies of the assessment rolls for the City of Toronto. The assessment rolls are public documents and the information is available to the public to view during regular business hours. There are Registry Services offices at City Hall and Civic Centres in the former municipalities of North York, Scarborough and Etobicoke. There are no hard copy rolls at East York and York Civic Centres.