Taxation and Collection

Municipal tax is linked to a piece of property. It’s payable in three installments, except if the total is less than $300. In that case, it must be paid in a single payment.

Tax Rates

For 2021, the property tax rates for each building category, per $100 of assessed value, are as follows:

Residual* (base rate) $0.6345
Pandemic relief residential units $-0.0094
Buildings with six units or more $0.7321
Non-residential buildings $1.6481
Industrial buildings $1.7215
Serviced empty lots $1.2690
Farmland $0.4951


* The Residual category consists mainly of residential buildings with fewer than six units, cottages and mobile homes.

In Vaudreuil-Dorion, the general property tax includes all services, such as garbage and recycling pickup, wastewater treatment, and the Sûreté du Québec. Only water tax is not included.

Due Dates

Payment of the municipal tax bill is due no later than the 60th day following the sending of the account. Municipal tax bills of more than $300 can be paid in three installments:

  • 1st INSTALMENT: no later than Tuesday, April 14, 2021
  • 2nd INSTALMENT: no later than Thursday, July 15, 2021
  • 3rd INSTALMENT: no later than Friday, October 15, 2021

It's important to note these dates, since no reminders will be sent. Any payment made after the due date will entail additional interest charges and penalties at the combined rate of 13%. The City of Vaudreuil-Dorion is not responsible for delays or omissions in mail delivery, regardless of the means used.

In addition to the annual tax bill, you may receive one or more additional invoices during the year. These invoices result from adjusting the value of your property, for example, after renovations, or any other circumstances that may affect the value of your property. Each supplementary invoice has its own due dates.

Methods of Payment

Regardless of the method used, allow sufficient time (2-3 days) to avoid interests fees, since the payment will be recorded on the day of its receipt by the City.

  • Online: Online payment via your financial institution’s Web site is the most efficient and secure way to pay your municipal taxes and is strongly favoured by the City. Be sure to include your “Dossier” number, without hyphens or spaces, that appears in the upper right corner of the payment stub. This is an 18-digit number, identical on each payment stub. Select “Ville Vaudreuil-Dorion” from the list of suppliers. If you own more than one property, you must register a “Dossier” number for each of the properties for which you are making a payment.
  • At your financial institution: You can make your payment at the counter of most Caisses Desjardins or banks. Make sure the number you enter matches the dossier number, without hyphens, in the upper right hand corner of the remittance slip.
  • By mail: By cheque payable to the "Ville de Vaudreuil-Dorion" with the dossier number, as shown on the payment stubs, written on the front. Include the payment stubs in the envelope. A fee of $20 will be charged for any payment refused by a financial institution.
  • At the Finance and Treasury Department*: located on the ground floor of City Hall. Accepted methods of payment are cash, cheque and debit card. Bring your payment stub. If you're paying by debit card, check the daily limit with your financial institution before you come to the counter. *In accordance with government directives related to the COVID-19 pandemic, all administrative offices in the various municipal buildings remain closed at this time.

N.B.: The school tax is not payable to the City, but to the Centre de services scolaire des Trois-Lacs or the Comité de gestion de la taxe scolaire de l'île de Montréal.

Change of billing address

To make a change of address, please complete the form "Change of address", which you will have downloaded and saved on your computer. Send it by Email (The Adobe Acrobat Reader PDF reader is required).

Consultation of Assessment Roll

Details on property taxes can be consulted free of charge in the assessment roll section of our online services website. Notaries, legal representatives and financial institutions who sign up for the AccèsCité service portal can, for a fee, access the assessment roll to confirm the amount of tax on a property, including the statement of account.

Duties on the transfer of immovables

All municipalities must collect duties on the transfer of immovables from the purchaser of a property. This tax is billed separately from the property tax and must be paid in a single payment within 30 days of the billing date.

Comparative factor

If taxes are assessed on the basis of the market value at the time of the transfer, multiply the value on the assessment roll by the comparative factor for the fiscal year corresponding to the date of the transfer. Comparative factors for the City of Vaudreuil-Dorion are as follows:

Year Comparative Factor
2018 1.02
2019 1.00
2020 1.06
2021 1.12

Tax brackets

Since January 1, 2018, the threshold for tax brackets provided for in the Act respecting duties on transfers of immovables is subject to annual indexation corresponding to the rate of increase of the consumer price index for Quebec.

Tax brackets
2020 2021 Rate
Not over $51,700 Not over $52,800 0.5%
Over $51,700 and under $258,600 Over $52,800 and under $264,000 1.0%
 Over $258,600 and under $508,300  Over $264,000 and under $518,900 1.5%

Over $508,300

Over $518,900

3.0 %

*An additional fee of $200 is imposed on exempt real estate transactions.

Immovables not registered in the land register

For transfers of immovables that have not been registered in the land register, purchasers are required to pay property transfer duties and must disclose, within 90 days of the transaction, the information pertaining to the property transfer. You should use the form “Divulgation transferts d'immeubles non inscrits au registre foncier” (Disclosure of property transfers of immovables not registered in the land register). The completed form must be sent to the City of Vaudreuil-Dorion, accompanied by an authenticated copy of the notarial deed or a certified copy of the original of a private deed. A property transfer duties bill will be issued by the City. Accepted modes of transmission are by mail, email or fax. If you opt for a digital format, documents must be in pdf format.


If you have any questions about property tax or property transfer duties, please contact the Finance and Treasury Department at 450-455-3371, option 7, or at

Grant for seniors to offset a municipal tax increase

This program is administered by Revenu Québec, not by the City of Vaudreuil-Dorion.

Since January 1, 2016, a provincial grant has been available for seniors relating to municipal tax increases in order to partially offset the increase in municipal taxes payable on a residence as a result of a significant increase in its value.

Conditions for the program

The grant may be requested at the time of filing your income tax return if all conditions are met. To learn more: 

If, depending on the increase in the property assessment, a resident is eligible for the grant, the City of Vaudreuil-Dorion will send them, shortly after sending the annual municipal tax bill, the form entitled “Potential grant to offset an increase in municipal taxes” to inform them of the amount of the potential grant they may be entitled to.

Residents who do not receive the form entitled “Potential grant to offset an increase in municipal taxes” are not eligible for the program.

New homeowner?

If you purchased a property in Vaudreuil-Dorion during the year, you won't receive a tax bill in your name. The bill is produced at the beginning of the year and remains in effect for the year. It's linked to the property and not to the owner.

As of the purchase date, you, the buyer, become responsible for all future tax payments, and not receiving a tax bill in no way reduces your obligation to make the payments by the deadlines set by the City. When you sign the deed of sale, the notary will inform you about the taxes payable. To avoid incurring interest charges, please contact the Finance and Treasury Department to get a copy of the tax account statement or to find out the amount payable.

In the event of non-payment or if there is an unpaid balance, the City will always contact the last registered owner.

Sale of immovables for non-payment of taxes

The Cities and Towns Act (R.S.Q., c. C-19) provides that municipalities have the right to sell a property for unpaid municipal taxes.

Following the order of the council, the clerk must, by registered mail, notify each person whose property is to be sold and shall give public notice of the day, hour and place where the sale by auction will be held. A second public notice will be published at least 15 days before the day of the sale.

To prevent the auction sale of a property, its owner must pay all amounts owed in full before the day of the sale.