Taxes

Bylaw 467 - Tax rates and payment terms for the 2017 fiscal year

Bylaw 462 - Tax rates and payment terms for the 2016 fiscal year

Bylaw 457 - Tax rates and payment terms for the 2015 fiscal year

Bylaw 444 - Tax rates and payment terms for the 2014 fiscal year

Bylaw  432 - Tax rates and payment terms for the 2013 fiscal year

Bylaw 426 - Tax rates and payment terms for the 2012 fiscal year

Bylaw 419 - Tax rates and payment terms for the 2011 fiscal year

 

Due dates

The 2017 due dates for the municipal taxes:

First installment - February 23, 2017

Second installment - May 23, 2017

There is a $ 50 administration fee for any payment refused by the drawee (eg NSF check)

There is no longer a penalty charged on arrears, but all arrears bear interest at the new rate of 10% per year, calculated day-to-day from the due date.

 

PROPERTY VALUATION AND TAX BILL

The year 2017 is the first year of a new triennial (2017, 2018, 2019) property assessment roll. The new value of your property reflects its market value as of July 1st, 2015 based on comparative sales in your neighborhood and it will be applied to your 2017, 2018 and 2019 tax bills.

To consult the property assessment or the tax bill for the Village of Senneville, click on the following link (we recommend using the street index):

click here.

To consult the property assessment for the Montreal Agglomeration or the properties sales in your sector:

click here.

Please note, to access the property sales in your sector you will need to have an access code. The access codes were sent out in January 2017 along with the tax bills. If you don’t have one, please contact Montreal City-Evaluation Service at the following phone number 514 280-3825

 

Payment may be given in cash, cheque or by direct payment.

By mail: send one or more post-dated cheques by mail payable do the Village of Senneville using payments stubs attached to your account.

At the Town Hall: in person (cash or cheque with your payment stub) during regular office hours (Monday to Thursday from 8:00 am to 12:00 pm and from 12:45 pm to 4:30 pm and Friday from 8:00 am to 12:00 pm).

At the teller's counter, ATM, by telephone or by Internet on the website of the following financial institutions:   Caisse Desjardins, CIBC, Bank of Montreal, TD Canada Trust and National Bank.

Important:  If you are paying your municipal taxes via your financial institution, please note that you will need to enter your client number that can be found on your tax bill.  However, certain financial institution require a four digit number, therefore you will need to add one or two zeros at the begining of your client number.  Per example for client number 50 = 0050 or 150 = 0150.