You can pay property taxes by online banking, by mail, at City Hall, at your bank or ATM, and with your mortgage payments.
Taxes can't be paid by credit card.
To avoid a 5% penalty, we must receive the following by July 5, 2016:
Advance taxes: Thursday, February 2
Main taxes: Wednesday, July 5
Home owner grant: Wednesday, July 5
Get your account balance. No login or registration required.
Set up an online account. You will need your access code. It can be found on your tax notice.
Pay your taxes online, by phone, or in person through your bank or credit union and get an instant confirmation receipt.
Send your payment by mail or drop it into our mail slot. You can also hand in your payment in person at City Hall.
Find out when your taxes are due, how to avoid penalties, and what you will be charged if your tax payment is late.
Pay your property tax through your mortgage payments. Remember: you will need to claim your home owner grant each year.
Pre-pay next year's property taxes with instalments deducted from your bank account. Or, pre-authorize withdrawals from your bank account on tax due dates.
Have a family with children? Or, are you aged 55 and older, a surviving spouse, or have a disability? Apply for a low-interest BC government loan to pay your property taxes.