Municipality of Vanderhoof Property Taxes

Property Tax

Due Dates
Tax notices are mailed at the end of May and payments are due July 2. A 10% penalty will be added to the outstanding current taxes at midnight July 2.

Home Owner Grants
The District of Vanderhoof is required to administer the Home Owner Grant program on behalf of the Province of BC. Home Owner Grants must be claimed before the due date to avoid penalties.
Home Owner Grant applications that are incomplete, unclaimed, or late will result in penalty charges. Home Owner Grants that are not claimed are considered equivalent to unpaid taxes.
Failure of an intermediary such as a financial institution, Canada Post, or lawyer to remit the application on behalf of the owner is a private matter for resolution between the parties involved and is outside the Tax Collector’s authority and responsibility.

For further information please contact:

Home Owner Grant Administration Branch
Ministry of Municipal Affairs, Recreation and Housing
Parliament Buildings
Victoria, BC V8V 1X4
Tel: 1-888-355-2700

How to Pay your Property Taxes

Pay In Person

  • Be prepared to wait in line the last week of June. Pay by cheque, cash, money order, bank draft, or Interac (check limit). Credit cards are not accepted. Post-dated cheques will be accepted and the cancelled cheque is your receipt

Financial Institutions


  • CIBC (Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce)
  • RBC Financial Group (Royal Bank of Canada)

Credit Unions

  • Intergris Credit Union

Property Tax Rates
Taxes are collected by Vanderhoof on behalf of various jurisdictions. How we calculate tax rates:

Account Statement
Account statements are available upon request to the property owner with no charge. Tax Information Sheets will be produced for a charge to other clients.

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