Municipal taxes


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City Hall
109, Rue Sainte-Anne Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue (Québec) H9X 2M3

Phone: 514 457-7554
Fax: 514 457-6087


Municipal tax bill

Citizens now only receive ONE TAX BILL. Water consumption bill now appears directly on the municipal tax bill (property tax).

Your municipal tax bill includes two levels of taxation. One amount represents taxes for local services and another amount is a quote-part related to the Agglomeration of Montréal services (such as police and fire department and public transportation).


Tax bills were sent on January 16th 2020. The first instalment is due on February 20th, 2020 and the second on May 21st, 2020*.

*COVID-19: Second Tax Payment Postponed to July 3rd

Given the exceptional circumstances associated with COVID-19, the City Council wishes to delay and reduce the tax burden for its taxpayers.

Therefore, it was decided to postpone the 2nd payment of taxes to July 3, 2020. This payment was originaly scheduled for May 21.

In addition, the City lowers the interest rate  to 0% for unpaid municipal taxes between April 14 and July 3rd, 2020. After July 3rd, 2020, the rate will be the same as that set out in Regulation number 818.

 Following the recent announcement by the City of Montreal mentioning that it postponed, for a second time, the date of the second tax payment from its residents and merchants to September 1st, 2020, the City of Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue wishes to specify that the second installment from Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue taxpayers is still due on July 3rd, 2020Read more


2020 Tax Rates - Varied Rates

Residual: $0,8299 per $100 of evaluation

Dwelling of 6 apartments and more: $0,8245 per $100 of evaluation

Serviced Cacant Lot: $1,6598 per $100 of evaluation

Non Residential: $3,2510 per $100 of evaluation

Industrial property: $3,2510 per $100 of evaluation


Water use billing rates

The water use billing rates according to the user-pay principle. These rates aim to reward users who control their consumption of drinking water.

Base rates

  • Residential : $ 20
  • Non residential : $ 40

Rates per m3

  • 1 to 100: $0,60/m3
  • 101 to 200: $0,70/m3
  • 201 to 300: $0,80/m3
  • 301 and +: $0,90/m3

Tax Payment Methods

Taxpayers can pay their municipal taxes using the following methods:

  1. At City Hall (cash, cheque, debit card);
  2. At the automated banking machines of most financial institutions, including Caisses Populaires;
  3. By mail, using the payment stub;
  4. By depositing a cheque or money order using the payment stub at City Hall or in the designated box at chalet Peter-Williamson;
  5. Online through most banking institutions (please enter the 18 digits of the serial number which appears on your payment stub.  Do NOT enter dashes or hyphens)

⇒ Credit cards are not accepted for tax payment.


Mortgage Companies

If you have an agreement with your mortgage company for the payment of your tax bill, and if they have informed us accordingly, a copy of your bill will be forwarded to them.

If you sell your property during the year, you need to provide the purchaser with the tax bill for the year in progress so he/she can make payments, if need be.  The tax bill is directly linked to the BUILDING and not to the owner. This is why we will not be issuing the tax statement in the new owner’s name.


Agglomeration VS Local Jurisdiction

Since January 1st, 2006, the City of Montreal provides citizens with agglomeration services and manages a variety of equipment for the whole island of Montreal. To reflect this, the general property tax for agglomeration services is applied to all taxpayers on the Island of Montreal. However, local taxes paid by all taxpayers in each neighbouring cities must also be taken into consideration.

  • Urban planning, by-laws and minor exemptions;
  • Construction and renovation permits;
  • Programs to improve neighborhoods;
  • Local water mains and sewer;
  • Collection and transportation of residual waste;
  • Management of local streets; 
  • Regulation regarding fire protection, public nuisance and public health;
  • Local, sport and cultural equipment;
  • Local libraries;
  • Local parks;
  • Public markets;
  • Provision of tags for bicycles, animals and others.
  • Property assessment
  • Public safety services – in particular, police, firefighters and 9-1-1
  • Municipal court
  • Social housing
  • Help for the homeless
  • Waste management, including disposal and recuperation of waste materials and management of hazardous waste
  • Water supply and sewage treatment, except for local networks
  • Public transit
  • Management of streets and major thoroughfares
  • Economic development, including tourism, outside the territory of a linked municipality
  • Nature parks