Advance property taxes are half of your total 2015 tax amount, after deducting any home owner grant amount, rounded to the nearest dollar.
Advance tax notices are issued in the last week of November.
View your property tax and utility account balance, bills, payment history, home owner grant claims, and utility consumption.
You can pay property taxes by online banking, by mail, at City Hall, at your bank or ATM, and with your mortgage payments. Learn more about the ways to pay.
Understand your annual advance property tax notice with a bill-explainer infographic, and get tips to pay your advance taxes.
Taxes are due the second business day in February and July. Late payments are charged a penalty of 5 per cent.
Tuesday, February 2
Tuesday, July 5
Property taxes are one of the City's biggest revenue sources, and are critical to the health and liveability of our city.
Your payments help fund:
Find out all of the ways you can pay your Vancouver property tax, learn about deferring your taxes, set up a tax installment prepayment plan, and read about penalties and late payments.
The home owner grant program is a provincial program to help reduce the amount of property tax you pay. You must claim the grant each year. Find out if you are eligible, and claim your grant online.
Change your mailing address, or name on your land title. Find out information about your property, including your assessed property value and your property's legal description. Request a tax certificate.
Advance tax notices are issued in late November and main tax notices in late May each year. Get your bill by email. Learn why you may not get a bill.
Learn how to read your main and advance tax notices, and find out about tax rates, land assessment averaging, local improvement charges, and revised taxes.
Find information about property taxes for new owners of a property. Learn about receiving your tax notice, apportionment, and other issues that affect new owners of a property.