Vancouver property taxes due July 5
Skip the trip to City Hall and pay online
Residential and non-residential property owners are reminded that 2022 property taxes are due for payment by Tuesday, July 5.
The quickest way to pay, which avoids line-ups and delays, is through online banking. If you are not already set up for online payments, learn how to pay online.
Ways to pay
- Through online banking
- In-person at a bank or ATM, or by phone
- Drop of a cheque before 11:59pm on July 5 at City Hall’s secure 24/7 mail slot, located at the south doors off West 12th Ave
- In-person at City Hall during business hours (Monday to Friday, 8:30am to 5pm)
If help is required:
- Phone 3-1-1 (or 604-873-7000 if outside Vancouver)
- Chat online with an advisor
A penalty will apply to payments received after the July 5 due date.
Bank payment cut-off time and late payment penalties
If making an online, in-person, or phone payment through a bank, check your bank’s transaction cut-off time. Transactions made after the cut-off time are posted the next business day. For example, a payment made after the bank transaction cut-off time on July 5 would be posted July 6, and a late payment penalty would apply.
Updates for taxpayers
- Home owner grants - If you wish to apply for a home owner grant, submit your application directly to the province by July 5 to avoid potential penalties. For questions about the home owner grant, contact the province External website, opens in new tab at 1-888-355-2700.
- Deferring property taxes - The province offers a Tax Deferment Program that allows property owners who meet certain eligibility requirements to defer their taxes. To avoid a penalty from the City, deferments for 2022 taxes should be completed by July 5. Review eligibility and details on how to defer External website, opens in new tab
- Empty Homes Tax declarations for 2020 - July 5 is the last chance for property owners who missed their Empty Homes Tax declaration for the 2020 tax year to submit a late declaration. A $375 fine applies to late declarations, as per the Vacancy Tax By-law PDF file (312 KB).
Sign up for an online services account
You can manage all your City finances in one place online by signing up for an online tax service account:
- Opt to receive eBills straight to your inbox
- Check your tax account balance
- View past bills and payment history
- Submit your annual Empty Homes Tax declaration and more