Tax Payment Options
- Pay Online via Financial Institution
- Telephone Banking
- In Person at your Financial Institution
- Mortgage Company
- In Person at City Hall
- Drop Box
- Property Tax Pre-Payment Plan
- Tax Deferment Program
- For more information
Apply for Home Owner Grant Online
All applications are made directly through the Provincial Home Owner Grant website at: www.gov.bc.ca/homeownergrant.
Contact your financial institution for more information.
Payments will be processed on the next business day after local cut off times; contact your financial institution to ensure that property tax payments are accepted. Retain your receipt as proof of payment date.
Financial institutions DO NOT accept Home Owner Grants.
Payment must be received by the tax due date. The City is not responsible for delivery delays.
City of Chilliwack
8550 Young Road
Chilliwack BC V2P 8A4
If your mortgage company pays the taxes and you are eligible for the Home Owner Grant, BOTH must be submitted by the tax due date.
Many property owner's mortgage payments will include payment of their yearly property taxes. Contact your mortgage company to verify a portion of the mortgage payment is allocated for property taxes and is forwarded to the City. The City is not responsible for errors made by mortgage providers.
Please ensure that your mortgage provider is aware whether or not you are claiming your Home Owner Grant each year and if you will be claiming the Basic or Additional Grant.
Payment can be made using cash, cheque or interac, Monday to Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., excluding statutory holidays. The City does not accept credit cards for payment of property taxes or utilities. Expect line-ups from mid June to the tax due date.
Available 24 hours at the entrance to City Hall.
Existing Plan Members
Any outstanding tax account balance must be paid and, if eligible, the Home Owner Grant claimed by the tax due date in order to avoid late payment penalty charges, and to remain on the plan. Overdue tax account balances will result in automatic cancellation of your Tax Pre-Payment Plan.
Cancelling your Plan
Property owners may cancel the plan at any time by completing the Plan Cancellation Form and e-mailing it to firstname.lastname@example.org. One week's notice is required prior to the 15th day of the month in order to stop the current month's withdrawal.
You may choose to set up automatic debit payments from your financial institution's website to pre-pay property taxes.
Once you receive your property tax notice, you may be able to apply for a low interest loan to pay your current year taxes. Visit the Province of British Columbia's website for information regarding the Tax Deferment Program.