2024 Property Assessments

All property owners should have received their 2024 Property Assessment from BC Assessment Authority by mid-January 2024. Please visit the District's website Property Assessment page for more information.

The 2024 Property Tax Due Date is July 2, 2024
Property tax notices will be mailed in late May 2024. If you have not received your 2024 property tax notice by early June, please contact the Municipal Hall at 250.933.8086 or email finance@lantzville.ca. Postmarks are not accepted as proof of payment. Penalties are applied to late payments.

Accepted payments at present are debit, cash, online, or cheque, and may be made:

  • Online or telephone banking
  • By mail (must be received by the District by the due date)
  • In person, or use the drop box after hours

    Click on the links below for further information on your property tax dollars:

  • 2024 Property Tax Information Brochure
    Home Owner Grant Applications
    On December 8, 2020, the B.C. government introduced legislation to amend the Home Owner Grant Act. The amendments did not change the eligibility criteria for the program.

  • The Province of British Columbia is entirely responsible for the home owner grant program for 2021 forward.

  • All eligible home owners apply directly to the Province online or over the phone. The website link can be found here: Provincial Home Owner Grant Site

    You will need your social insurance number for identity verification and your property jurisdiction and roll numbers to apply. The jurisdiction number is the 3 digit number (350 or 351) and the roll number is the 8 digit number at the top right of your property tax notice. Contact the Province of British Columbia for ALL inquiries regarding Home Owner Grant Programs.

    Toll Free: 1.888.355.2700

    Office: 1.250.387.0555

    Property Tax Account Pre-Authorized Payment Plan

    If you are interested in signing up for the 2025 Property Tax Pre-authorized Payment Program consisting of 10 equal monthly payments from August to May, complete the Pre-authorized Payment Agreement for Property Tax Accounts Form and submit to the District of Lantzville Municipal Hall by Friday, August 2, 2024.

    Please note, to be eligible for the program, your 2024 property taxes must be paid in full.

    Are you currently enrolled in the PAP for your 2025 Property Taxes?
    The Pre-authorized Payment Plan (PAP) will automatically renew each year as per the terms and conditions of the PAP agreement unless the District of Lantzville receives written notification from the applicant to terminate the agreement.

  • If you are enrolled in Option 1 (Calculated Monthly Prepayment), your 2025 property tax payment will be automatically updated based on the calculated amount shown on your 2024 Property Tax notice.

  • If you are enrolled in Option 2 (Fixed Monthly Prepayment), your 2025 property tax payments will remain the same unless written notification to change payment amount is received by the District of Lantzville.

    To be eligible for renewal, your 2024 property taxes must be paid in full.

    Written notification of termination or changes to agreement must be received no later than ten (10) days before the next scheduled payment.

    Property Tax Deferment Programs

    Property Tax Deferment is administered by the Province of British Columbia.

    Property Tax Deferment is a low-interest loan program that assists qualifying homeowners in British Columbia in paying annual property taxes on their principal residences.

    There are two tax deferment programs:

  • The Regular Program is for property owners who are 55 years or older, a surviving spouse or a person with disabilities as defined by regulation.

  • The Families with Children Program is for property owners who are financially supporting, at the time of application, a dependent child who is under the age of 18.

    Applications may be made from early May to December 31 of the current tax year.

    Contact the Province of British Columbia for all inquiries regarding Property Tax Deferment Programs.

    Toll Free: 1.888.355.2700

    Office: 1.250.387.0555

    Please visit the Provincial Property Tax Deferment Programs Site for more information.

    Address Change
    Are you a property owner? Is your mailing address up to date with the Land Title and Survey Authority of BC? The Land Title and Survey Authority of BC encourages property owners to update the address on their title to where they can receive mail, so they donít miss important property information. The LTSA reached out to the District to help raise awareness for the benefit of our municipal residents. The address on a property title is where information about a property may be sent, such as assessment, property tax and speculation tax notices. Property owners are encouraged to ensure it is an address where they can receive mail. It does not have to be the address of the property. BC property owners can update the mailing address on a land title online by using the BC Services Card app or on the LTSA website. The option to mail or deliver an application in person by appointment at a Land Title Office is also available. To learn more or to start an application, please visit the: Land Title & Survey Authority - Property Tax Address Change Site.
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