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Pay your taxes through your bank or credit union

Paying your property taxes through your bank's online services is the fastest way to pay and get an instant confirmation receipt. 

You can also pay your taxes at the bank in person or by phone.

2017 tax due dates

Advance taxes: Thursday, February 2

Main taxes: Wednesday, July 5

Home owner grant: Wednesday, July 5

Sign-up for eBilling

Banks may require you to register before accepting tax payment

 Your bank may require you to register "City of Vancouver Property Tax" as a payee before they will accept your payment in-branch, at an ATM, by phone, or online.

Registration can usually be done online or by visiting  your branch.

How much do you owe?

Set up an online account. You will need your access code. It can be found on your tax notice.

Log in to your account

Get your account balance. No login or registration required.

Pay online

If you do online banking with a Canadian bank, you can pay your property tax online.

Before you pay your property taxes online, you will need to:

1. Get your 12 digit folio number

2. Set up your account

Visit the bank

You can pay your property taxes in person or by ATM (Automated Teller Machine).

Please contact your bank prior to arriving at your bank or using an ATM:

  • You will often need to bring your original tax notice and stub when visiting your bank in person.
  • You will need to set up an ATM service through your bank first before you try to pay through an ATM. 

 Keep your ATM receipt as proof of your property tax payment date.Sometimes there is a delay when processing payments through ATM machines. (Contact your bank to check whether or not there is a delay when using their machines.)

Remember to claim your home owner grant

You must claim your home owner grant each year, even if you are paying through your mortgage or deferring your payment. 

 Some banks do not forward the remittance stub that contains your home owner grant application to us. If this is the case, claim your home owner grant. 

Claim your grant online