Assessment roll and taxation


This page contains all the information related to the taxation and assessment roll of properties on the territory of the MRC du Haut-Saint-Laurent.

Municipal Tax Account

Property taxes supply the Municipality with the funds it needs to provide ongoing services and programs. Generally, the Municipality sends the total annual municipal tax bill to property owners (listed on the assessment roll at the time) within the first two months of the calendar year.

Due dates

You may pay in three equal installments, making sure to include the appropriate tear-off coupon with your payment. Here are the due dates:
  • March 31, 2022
  • June 30, 2022
  • September 30, 2022
Note: A bill must be paid in one payment, no later than 30 days following the date of mailing of the tax bill.
If a taxpayer does not receive his or her municipal tax bill, he or she must take the initiative to contact the Municipality.
Payment of the tax bill may be made by the following means:
  • Cash at the front desk during Town Hall business hours
  • Cheque
  • Online with the following banking institutions: Caisse Desjardins, CIBC, TD, Scotia Bank, Royal Bank and National Bank
General property tax: thirty-eight cents ($0.38) per $100 of evaluation Watercourse tax: one cent ($0.01) per $100 of evaluation Police service tax: seventy-five dollars ($75.00) per owner or occupant of an immovable entered on the assessment roll Fire safety service tax: one hundred dollars ($100.00) for each owner or occupant of an immovable entered on the assessment roll Garbage and recycling tax: Public: one hundred and ninety-two dollars ($192.00) for each dwelling unit Private: two hundred and eighty-six dollars ($286.00) for each dwelling unit

To consult the assessment roll online, click on the following link : Online Roll