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Extended Hours for Tax Payments at the Citizens' Office

26 février 2019

Saint-Laurent, February 7, 2019 – In an initiative to make it easier for Saint-Laurent residents to pay their tax bills on-time, the Citizens' Office, located at Borough Hall at 777, boulevard Marcel-Laurin, will be open from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Thursday, February 28 and on Friday, March 1, date of the payment deadline. Please note that cash payments are limited to $500.

Online payment

To avoid making a trip and to save time, it is also possible to pay taxes using online banking at major banking institutions. To use this option, simply log onto your online banking site and enter the 14 digits from the reference number on your bill, without hyphens. Furthermore, tax bills can be paid in person at financial institutions or by mail. 

Frequently Asked Questions

The Citizens' Office offers a wide range of services. This is where residents can submit any requests here in relation to a number of topics including the occupancy of public property, the Accès Montréal card, permits for dogs and cats, and parking permits for residents. The team at the Citizens' Office is also on-hand to answer many questions about the Borough. To avoid waiting in line, residents may also consult the Saint-Laurent FAQ section at, which offers clear answers to the questions most frequently asked by citizens.

Citizens' Office

777, boulevard Marcel-Laurin
Saint-Laurent (Québec) H4M 2M7

Phone: 311


Frequently Asked Questions:


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Direction d'arrondissement
Division des communications et des relations avec les citoyens

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