How to Pay Property Taxes & Utilities


If you have moved, please submit your change of address to BC Assessment online.

If you are claiming the Home Owner Grant, you must complete the eHog online or submit the completed form to the Taxation Office on or before the due date to avoid penalties.

If you are eligible for the Single Occupancy Water Rate, you must submit the completed application located at the back of your Flat Rate Utility bill to the Taxation Office on or before the due date to avoid penalties.

Payment Dates

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  • Property Taxes
  • Flat Rate Utilities
  • Metered Utilities

Ways to Pay - by cheque, debit card or cash

At your Financial Institution through telephone banking, online banking or in person

Utilities  Use your 5 digit account number located on the top of your bill (eg. ACCT NUMBER: XXXXX)

Property Taxes  Use your 9 digit folio number located on the front of your notice (eg. FOLIO NUMBER XXX-XXX-XX-X)

It is important to keep your receipt as proof of payment may be required.

By Mail mail your payment along with the bottom portion of your bill to City of Delta, 4500 Clarence Taylor Crescent, Delta, BC V4K 3E2. Envelopes must be postmarked by Canada Post either on or before the due date to avoid a penalty.

In Person At Delta’s City Hall, 4500 Clarence Taylor Crescent or the North Delta Recreation Centre, 11415 84 Avenue. Business hours are Monday to Friday 8:30 am to 4:45 pm (Thursdays until 8:00 pm). We are closed weekends and holidays.

Drop Box Located outside the entrance to City Hall, 4500 Clarence Taylor Crescent. There is NO after hours drop box at the North Delta Recreation Centre.

NEW Online by Credit Card

Pay your property taxes and utilities by credit card through with your Visa or MasterCard. A convenience fee of 1.75% will be added to your payment amount to offset the service fees Delta incurs to provide this payment option. Please note, credit card payments are not accepted in person at City Hall or the North Delta Recreation Centre.

Pre-authorized Withdrawal

  • Prepay next year's property taxes and flat rate utilities
  • Set-up automatic monthly transfers from your bank account
  • Earn interest calculated using the Royal Bank of Canada prime-lending rate, less 4%

The annual Flat Rate Utility Bill and the Property Tax Notice will show a balance that represents the current year's charges, less any instalments and interest earned. Property owners are responsible for paying the balance, by the appropriate due date.

If you currently have a pre-authorized withdrawal in place and your bank information has changed, please complete a new Pre-Authorized Withdrawal form (399 KB) and submit to the Taxation Office.

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