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SWOX Asking Residents to Consider Alternative Payment Options

The Township of South-West Oxford is reminding residents that the office is still closed to the public, unless by appointment and asking them to consider alternative payment methods for property taxes.

SOUTH-WEST OXFORD - The Township of South-West Oxford is asking residents to use alternative options when it comes to paying their next property tax installment.

The Township office is still closed to the public, unless you make an appointment first. They have noticed a lot of people just showing up recently.

The next installment of property taxes for South-West Oxford residents is due on Friday, May 29th – with the municipal offices closed to the public, there are a number of other options available to ensure that property taxes are paid on time:

- Payments can be dropped off in the drop box at the municipal office located at the main office entrance doors;
- Payments can be made online through the bank using your roll number as your account number;
- Payments can be made at your local bank;
- For future payments, we encourage residents to sign up for pre-authorized payments. The form can be found on the website at www.swox.org. 
Any questions can be directed to the municipal office at 519-485-0477 or by email to generaladmin@swox.org.

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