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Where and how to pay?

 
√ Due date for the second payment of your Montréal municipal tax account is June 1, 2018. No deadline reminder will be sent for the second instalment.

For peace of mind, you may already program your payment with your financial institution, via online banking, or you can send us your cheque or money order payable to Ville de Montréal along with the coupon for the payment.
 

Methods of payment :

We credit your payment the day we receive it as stated on the back of your account. Whatever form your payment takes, be sure to transmit it at least two days (48 hours plus weekends and holidays) before it is due. You cannot pay by credit card.


Payment by Internet

The following institutions accept payment of Ville de Montréal tax bills:

Please enter the 14 digits of the reference number on the account, without hyphens. Please also select “Ville de Montréal” from the list of suppliers.

 

Payment at a counter or at an ATM of your financial institution

You can pay at most financial institutions.

 

Payment at any Montréal point of service

You may pay by cheque or debit card at any Montréal point of service. If you wish to pay in cash, please make sure that your borough office accepts this method of payment. Credit card payments are not accepted.

 
Payment by mail

If you pay by mail, please forward the detachable top part of the bill. Cheques or money orders must be made payable to Ville de Montréal:

Address:
Ville de Montréal
Service des finances
P.O. BOX 11043, Downtown station
Montréal (Québec)
H3C 4X8

All payment must be made in Canadian currency. All cheques must be written on a paper form supplied by a Canadian or foreign financial institution, or obtained from a firm specialized in the production of blank cheques. It must, moreover, be drawn on an account at a branch of an institution operating in Canada.

(Date of updating : April 19, 2018)

For more information, please:

  1. Call your borough office;
  2. Call the 311 (island of Montréal) or 514 872-0311 (outside Montréal);
  3. Send us an e-mail.

 

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