Each year Port Moody homeowners must pay property taxes and this year's due date is July 2, 2020. 

Access your tax information online

Register with MyPortMoody to receive paperless tax notices as soon as they're available, review your property tax information, and apply for the home owner grant online. Make sure you have your email address, account information number, and access code ready, which you can find on any of your past bills.

Register with myPortMoody

Pay your property taxes

We don't accept Mastercard, Visa, or American Express for property tax payments, but you can pay in the following ways:

By mail

Make your cheque payable to the City of Port moody and mail it to:


City Hall

100 Newport Drive

Port Moody, B.C. V3H 5C3


Make sure to send your payment well in advance. All payments must be received by the due date. Mail received after the due date will be subject to late penalties.

At your bank

You can pay your property taxes at your bank. Banks will not accept your Home Owner Grant. Please remember to submit your grant application annually.

Telephone and internet banking

You can pay your taxes using telephone or internet banking. To pay you will need to:

  • set the City of Port Moody as the payee. Search for Port Moody Tax when paying online.
  • enter the property folio number (without the dash) as your account number when making payments

The property folio number is located on the left side of your tax notice.

In person

Bring your bill and payment to Financial Services located on the main floor of City Hall at 100 Newport Drive. You can pay with cash, cheque, or debit. We're open Monday to Friday from 8:30am to 5pm, excluding holidays. For your convenience, we also have extended hours until 7pm every Wednesday in June. 

Alternatively you can drop off your payment outside of our regular hours by placing your payment in the “Finance” drop box located at the rear of City Hall.

Pre-paying your taxes

Ease the financial strain of paying your property taxes in one lump sum. By using our prepayment option, you can pay your taxes and utilities in nine equal instalments throughout the year. There are three ways to pre-pay your property taxes:

Pre-authorized payment plan

You can set up pre-authorized payments by:

Monthly payments are automatically withdrawn from your bank account on the 5th of the month from September to May.

Post-dated cheques

Drop off your post-dated cheques to the City Hall Finance counter located at 100 Newport Drive. By paying with post-dated cheques, you have the ability to:

  • select the date for each payment
  • determine the amount for each payment

You can vary the dates and amounts each month to better fit your personal budget.

Telephone or internet banking

Contact your bank or financial institution to schedule automated bill payments to your tax account. To set up telephone or internet banking, you will need to set your folio number (without the dash) as your account number. Your folio number is located on your tax bill.

If you are on the pre-payment plan and sell your property, it is your responsibility to contact us and cancel the pre-authorized payment plan. If you would like to make changes to your existing plan, please fill out and submit the Pre-payment plan change form

Home owner grant

The Government of British Columbia gives a home owner grant to eligible homeowners. For more information on eligibility and how to apply for the grant, visit the Government of British Columbia.

Claim your home owner grant

Home owner grants are available online from May 15 to December 31 for the current year.

When you buy a property, you become liable for all outstanding taxes. You can't claim the home owner grant on the property in the year you buy it if:

  • the seller paid the taxes in full and did not claim the grant; or
  • if you already claimed a grant on another property.

Property tax deferment program

Tax deferment is a low interest loan program that helps B.C. homeowners pay their property taxes. View the Government of British Columbia for more information about eligibility and how to apply for the loan.

Tax bill information

To understand your property value assessment and how your taxes are calculated, watch our video:

 View the 2019 mill rates.