If you are signed up to receive your 2022 tax notice via email and have not received it, please check your junk mail folder. We also suggest that you add “email@example.com” to your safe sender list.
how to pay your property taxes
Please pay online if possible. Please note we do not accept e-transfers. Don’t forget to claim your Home Owner Grant!
Pay online through your bank. Search for “Langford” in the payee line. Your account number is your roll number without the decimal.
Take your tax notice to your bank and pay there.
Pay via credit card online through Paymentus.*
Cheques payable to City of Langford & include your roll number on memo line.
Please contact your mortgage company for details.
Located to the left of the City Hall front door.
Interac, cheque and cash are accepted.
* Service charges apply. Credit cards are not accepted at Langford City Hall.
home owner grant program
The provincial home owner grant program is a property tax relief program to assist eligible owners reduce the burden of residential property taxes. The home owner grant reduces the amount of property tax you pay for your principal residence and must be claimed each year, if eligible. Unclaimed grants constitute unpaid current taxes and are subject to penalty.
Residents no longer apply for the home owner grant through their municipality. Everyone now applies online or by phone directly to the province. When you apply, they’ll need your social insurance number to verify your eligibility, and your property jurisdiction and roll number (found on your tax notice). Click the tabs below to learn more and apply.
property tax deferment
The Provincial Property Tax Deferment program is a low interest loan program that helps qualified B.C. homeowners pay their annual property taxes on their principal residence. Click the “Learn More” button below for available programs.
Please note that the Provincial Tax Deferment program is fully administered by the province, not the City. All property tax deferment applications are submitted online through eTaxBC. For assistance, please contact the province at l-888-355-2700 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
update your mailing address
We need your correct address in order to mail a tax notice to you.
- If you move, or if your mailing address has changed, please notify the BC Assessment Authority at 1-866-valueBC (1-866-825-8322). Alternatively, you can also visit the BC Assessment website and complete their Change of Address form.
- Unless a new address is provided, we will rely on the address (and ownership) records of the Land Title Office, provided to us by the BC Assessment Authority.
- It is your responsibility to inquire if you haven’t received your property tax notice by the middle of June. If this is the case, please contact the Property Tax Department at (250) 391-3410
- Non-receipt of your property tax notice does not exempt you from late payment penalties
go paperless! sign up for e-notices today!
If this is your first time signing up for e-notices, please complete the form below. If you are updating your email address, please call the Property Tax Department at (250) 391-3410. The deadline for registration for 2023 electronic tax notices is April 30th, 2023.