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Welcome and Introduction

The Municipality of the County of Pictou is the local government responsible for providing services to the citizens in the rural communities of Pictou County. The Municipality has a population of approximately 20600 and is the largest of the six municipal governments located in Pictou County. The Municipality provides services in the areas of public works, some local roads, sewer and water, recreation, in addition to other municipal services and governance.


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BEAR AWARE:  Get your BEAR FACTS here. A MOPC Councillor wants PC Residents to do do their best to avoid a bear encounter and know what to do if they do see one.  

 

 

 

UPCOMING EVENTS: 

District 3 Ratepayers Meeting Friday, Aug. 23 at 11 a.m. at the Pictou Island Community Hall. 

Pictou North Colchester Exhbition - Sept. 4-8,2019.

World Class Curling -  Pinty's Tour Challenge - Nov. 5 -10 at the Pictou County Wellness Centre. 


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Tax bills are in the mail for residents and businesses in the Municipality of Pictou County. Payment is due by October 15, 2019 and can be paid online or at our Administration Building at 46 Municipal Drive from 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. Monday to Friday.

Tax bills are mailed twice a year, covering the period of April 1st to March 31st annually. The first bill is mailed in April at a time when Council has not yet set its tax rates. The bill is calculated using your current assessment value which is then multiplied by the previous year's tax rate x 50 percent.
In August, you will receive your second bill. By this time, Council will have set the tax rates and the total taxes due for the year are calculated. The tax rate for the Municipality of Pictou County for the 2019-2020 has remained unchanged from the previous year at .81 residential and $1.82 commercial.

Any payment made in the April bill will be deducted from your August bill. More information on payment can found on our website atwww.county.pictou.ca