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Property Tax


Property Tax

Property Tax Notices are sent in May via Canada Post. The deadline to pay taxes and claim your homeowner grant is the first business day after July 1st . A 10% penalty will be assessed on all (including the Home Owner Grant) outstanding current amounts after the due date. The Home Owner Grant application form is located on the back side of the Property Tax Notice - please complete in full and return it to the City office or apply online using the password provided on your tax notice and clicking on the link below prior to the deadline. Please ensure your mailing address is up to date in order to receive your notice in a timely fashion. Use this link to update your mailing address:

Payments can be made multiple ways:

  • Mail cheque and / or home owner grant application form to the City of Armstrong, PO Box 40, Armstrong BC, V0E 1B0​
  • Cash, cheque, or Interac at City Hall, 3570 Bridge Street, Armstrong;
  • In person at the Armstrong Branches of Vantage One Credit Union, Valley First Credit Union, or CIBC; or
    On-line through your financial institution.

Please remember to claim your homeowner grant annually even if your mortgage company pays your taxes on your behalf.

Further information about payments:

  • Post dated cheques are accepted; however, to avoid penalty do not make it later than the due date. Post marks are not accepted as proof of receipt
  • Partial payments are accepted any time throughout the year at City Hall, or online
  • Cheques are to be made payable to City of Armstrong
  • Credit cards are NOT accepted

If you have any questions please contact City Hall @ 250-546-3023 or

The office is open 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. Monday to Friday; however we do have a mail slot in the door for after hours.

We will be closed for all Statutory Holiday.


Home Owner Grants (click on title for more information)
Contact the City for information on grant eligibility and the application form in case you have misplaced your Property Tax Notice. There is also information on retroactive grants for last year at the City office. After taxes have been levied in the middle of May, the grant can be claimed online here.

Tax Due Date & Penalty Information

View the Provincial Government's website for regulations on how the City is required to process the property tax penalty.


Quick Links:

Retroactive Grant Application Form

Grant for People with Disabilities

Property Tax Deferment Program (click on title for more information)
Information from the BC Government on Tax Deferment Programs. There are currently 2 separate programs for deferment of property taxes: Regular (55 and older, or disability) or Family with Children. Application forms are available at City Hall.

Tax Prepayment Plan (click on title for application form)
Paying your taxes over 10 months, rather than one lump sum payment is the way to go, plus we pay interest! Check it out and apply today! Don't forget we require a void cheque EVERY year.


Permissive Tax Exemptions (click on title for Policy 2-200-3)

Eligible non-profit organizations may apply to Council for a permissive tax exemption. The application form is available here.


Property Tax Certificate

Tax certificates will show the tax information for a property including home owner grant and utility information. It will also show if there are any outstanding charges to the property. We provide this certificate to City of Armstrong residents free of charge. The certificate can be emailed or picked up at the office. Any non-property owner (i.e. lawyer, notary public, real estate agent) will need to go through an online option (see below) and will be charged for a tax certificate.

Our Tax Certificates are conveniently available online through:

  • myLTSA Enterprise:  If you have an account, log in and from the main menu, select Service Providers and Order Tax Certificates. For more information about myLTSA or to become a customer, visit myLTSA.
  • APIC: If you prefer to pay for the tax certificate by credit card, please visit to open an account and order your Tax Certificate.


Is your mailing address incorrect? 
Please click on the link below to update the mailing address for your property tax notice and utility invoice.