Ville de Laval

    Where and When Do I Pay My Taxes?

    Laval's 2018 tax accounts will be mailed on February 19, 2018. Here is how to make the payment.

    Payment deadlines
    Methods of payment accepted
    Tax rates
    Relevant bylaws

    Payment: 2 Deadlines

    To avoid paying interest and a penalty on your 2018 tax account, you must abide the two following deadlines:

    •  First payment no later than Wednesday, March 21, 2018
    •  Second payment no later than Tuesday, June 19, 2018

    For 2018​​​, the annual interest rate is 8.5% and the late penalty 5%.​

    ​​​​Brochure explaining 2018 ​​tax bill​, 1,85 Mo

    Tax Account: Methods of Payment Accepted

    1. By Mail

    If you pay by mail, you can do so:

    • By personal cheque
    • By certified cheque
    • By postal money order
    • By bank money order

    Allow sufficient time to avoid late delivery penalties, since the payment will be recorded on the day of its receipt by Ville de Laval, and not to the date on the postmark.

    Make out your cheque to Ville de Laval.

    Write on the back of the cheque file or identification number(s) of the tax account you are paying.

    Include the corresponding payment coupon and mail everything to:

    Ville de Laval - Taxes
    C.P. 11051, succ. Centre-Ville
    Montréal (Québec)  H3C 0R9​

    Ville de Laval does not issue receipts for payments made by mail. To confirm the receipt of your cheque, please check your bank statement.

    To save time

    With your first payment, you can add a postdated cheque for the second payment with the corresponding payment coupon.

    2. At your Financial Institution

    You can pay your tax account in most financial institutions at the counter, at the ATM or online. Important: Allow three business days for your payment to reach Ville de Laval. In doing so, you will avoid a penalty.

    If you are paying online, make sure you choose the correct invoice, namely the Ville de Laval property tax payment.

    Online: Write the right reference number
    In 2013, a new reference number was created for online payments. Therefore, you must enter the 20 digits of the reference number which appears on your tax account coupon.

    Example: 00032000009999990116

    3. At the Multiservice Counter of Ville de Laval (Tax Counter)

    You can pay your tax account in person, Monday to Friday, from 8:15 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., at Laval's Multiservice Counter located at 1333, boulevard Chomedey.

    At the Multiservice Counter, you can pay:

    • In cash
    • By personal cheque
    • By certified cheque
    • By postal money order
    • By bank money order
    • By debit card (Interac)

    4. Through the Mail Slot

    You can use the mail slot to pay by:

    • Personal cheque
    • Certified cheque
    • Postal money order
    • Bank money order

    Make out your cheque to Ville de Laval.

    Write the file or identification number(s) of the tax account you are paying on the back of the cheque.

    Include the corresponding payment coupon and drop your envelope in the mail slot located at
    1333, boulevard Chomedey.

    Important: In an envelope, join the payment coupon(s) to your payment.

    Laval Tax Rate: 2014 to 2017 Evolution

    According to priorities established and projects contemplated in Laval, some tax rates experience fluctuations on an annual basis. For effective tax rates as well as variations from 2014 to 2017, check the table we prepared for you (in French)

     Laval Tax Rate Evolution​ (24 Kb, in French)

    Relevant Bylaws

    Regulation concerning regional transport fees, 28 Kb (in French)
    Regulation concerning the imposition of a supplementary law to the transfer tax, 90 Kb (in French)
    Regulation concerning water consumption and use, 68 Kb (in French)
    Regulation concerning water services tarification, 38 Kb (in French)