Electronic Document Service
Your Tax Account Is Just a Click Away!
The City is offering a new Electronic Document Service that enables you to view your tax bills online. From now on, your tax information, bills and account statements will be easily and instantly accessible.
Simple and Practical
Once you’ve signed up, you will receive an email each time a new notice is waiting for you in your online account (annual taxes, tax adjustments, water bill, account statements) as well as reminders informing you of deadlines for annual tax payments. These reminders will help you avoid paying the interest which is charged automatically in the event of a late payment.
You will be able to access the new service for as long as you own a property in Brossard. You will therefore be able to view the history of your tax account at any time, without having to keep paper copies.
Owners of residential, commercial or industrial property may sign up for the Electronic Document Service as of now.
You will need the ID number indicated on your statements (e.g., your most recent water bill). Click here to sign up and fill in your personal information page.
Once you’ve signed up, enter your access code and password (which you selected during the sign-up process) and view your documents in the Electronic Document Service section.
A beneficial initiative
The Electronic Document Service makes it possible to reduce our collective ecological footprint while also generating significant savings.
Senior's tax credit
Municipal tax payment
Seniors who live in a residential assessment unit may be entitled to a provincial tax credit due to an increase in the value of their property, and municipalities are obliged to inform them of the credit amount.
ELIGIBLE PROPERTIES AND TAXPAYERS
If your property is eligible, you will find the amount of your potential tax credit at the bottom of your 2017 property tax bill, should you meet the program’s criterion. This tax credit may be claimed when filling out your income tax form for Revenu Québec.
Visit revenuquebec.ca or call 514 940-1481 for the full list of program eligibility criteria.
The property assessment function is under the jurisdiction of the Agglomération de Longueuil. For any information regarding the property assessment, please call the Direction de l'évaluation of the Agglomération de Longueuil at 450-463-7177 (info-évaluation) or consult the FAQ document (available in French only).