Doug Armstrong, Director of Finance
The Finance Department is responsible for the financial operation of the Town and its agencies and ensures that proper methods, procedures and controls are in place with respect to the Town's operations.
- Residential $1.90 per $100.00 of Assessment
- Commercial $3.99 per $100.00 of Assessment
Fire Protection Rate is $ 0.1316 per hundred dollars of the assessed value for tax exempt properties
For Water & Sewer Rates, please refer to the water & sewer rate page
Area Rate of $ 0.32 per hundred dollars of the assessed value of all commercial real and/or business occupancy assessments shown as taxable in the assessment roll located in the area of the Town formerly known as the "Windsor Business Improvement District' as described in the bylaw passed by the Town Council on the 26th day of April, 1994.
Town of Windsor - Approved 2017/2018 Grants to Local Non-Profit/Charitable Organizations
NOTE: The Grants Policy & Application can be found by clicking Grants . Only applications that provide ALL required information & documentation before the deadline will be considered. You may print and submit an application to be considered during the 2018/19 budget deliberations at any time BEFORE MARCH 1, 2018 in order for it to be considered during the 2018/19 budget discussions. Should you have any questions, please contact Shelleena Thornton at 902-798-1355.
Town of Windsor - 2017-2018 Operating Budget
Information will be updated by early-July 2017
Town of Windsor - 2016-2017 Operating Budget
Municipal Finances - This link http://www.novascotia.ca/dma/finance/indicator/fci.asp outlines the financial indicators of each municipality across Nova Scotia. All municipalities are measured against the same indicators and people can search the profile of any municipality in NS.
In a nutshell:
- Green is good
- Yellow is "work on improving it now before it gets bad"
- Red is bad