Financial Information, Taxes and Rates
For budgets, financial statements, credit rating, and other related information.
For rates, property assessment, tax due dates, tax sales, and other related information.
Water & Wastewater Rates
For information on water and waste water billing, current rates, and other related information.
REQUEST FOR REFUND OF DEPOSIT MADE FIVE OR MORE YEARS AGO
Requests for refund of a deposit paid to the County five or more years ago may be submitted using the form provided below. Submissions may be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org or in person or by mail to: Norfolk County Financial Services at the County Administration Building, 50 Colborne Street, Simcoe. Questions may be submitted to email@example.com.Deposit Refund Claim Form
About the Financial Services Department
The Financial Services Department administers all financial functions for the County, including:
- Accounting Services – Accounting, Banking Services, Financial Advice, management of Trust Funds and Accounting, Audit, Financial Reporting, PSAB Requirements, Performance Measurements
- Financial Planning and Reporting – Preparation of Annual Budgets, Revenue Management, administration of Reserve/Reserve Funds, Financial Planning, Short and Long Term Borrowing, Investments & Financial Advice
- Revenue and Taxation – Tax Billing, General Accounts Billing, Collection, Revenue Management.
It is the responsibility of the Financial Services Department to ensure that effective financial controls and systems are established and maintained, and to provide accurate and timely financial information to our customers in compliance with general accepted accounting principles and statutory requirements.
Additionally, the Financial Services department works with, and advises, Senior Management and Council on financial matters affecting the financial sustainability and security of the corporation’s assets, as well as ensuring the billing and collection of property taxes and general revenue is done in a timely manner and in compliance with legislative requirements and Council policy.