Tax collection department

TRIENNIAL ASSESSMENT ROLL 2019-2020-2021

The new assessment roll was deposited in October 2018 and will serve for taxation purposes for the years 2019-2020-2021. To understand what follows the deposit of the new roll, please click here.

2020 MUNICIPAL TAXES

The basic rate of the general property tax is fixed at $0.34 per $100.00 evaluation on the immovables on the basis of their value entered on the property assessment roll.

The surtax is fixed at $0.47 per $100.00 evaluation on the immovables identified on the assessment roll as belonging to the category of non-residential immovables on the basis of their value entered on this roll.

A tax for the water supply service is imposed on certain sectors at the following tariff:

Sectors:

Boulevard Valcartier, rue Caroline, Domaine Saint-Gabriel, Villas Saint-Gabriel and several residences on 5th Avenue (first portion)

Tariff:

$125.00 per residence

Compensations

Exceptionally, for the 2020 taxation year, the payment of the general land tax schedule has been modified as follows due to the COVID-19:

The municipal council held a special meeting on Wednesday, March 25th by videoconference to discuss municipal issues relating to the COVID-19/Coronavirus pandemic. To alleviate the stress on households newly confronted with financial issues, a by-law will soon be adopted to postpone the payment of municipal taxes to the following dates:

Previous due dates

New due dates

April 1st, 2020

July 1st, 2020

July 1st, 2020

September 1st, 2020

September 1st, 2020

November 1st, 2020

All payments previously received by the Municipality will not be reimbursed. Postdated cheques will be deposited according to the new due dates unless specified otherwise by the proprietor.

Furthermore, the annual interest rate of 12% will be modified to 0% for 2020. Citizens and companies will not lose their privilege to pay their municipal tax bill in multiple installments, even if their first payment is not received by the due date.

You can also pay your municipal taxes, your tax adjustments or your transfer taxes (welcome taxes) in cash (at the counter), by cheque made in the name of Municipalité de Saint-Gabriel-de-Valcartier (at the counter, by mail of in the night deposit), by Interac (at the counter) and by Internet, by phone or at the ATM at your financial institution (National BankCaisse Populaire DesjardinsBanque ScotiaBMO Bank of MontrealRoyal Bank of CanadaCIBCTD Canada Trust and Laurentian Bank). For payments by Internet, the reference number corresponds to your matricule number excluding the first numbers (22025) and the hyphens.

TRANSFER TAXES (WELCOME TAXES)

Transfer taxes are payable in only one payment within the thirty (30) days following the issuance of invoice. The amount constituting the base of taxation is the higher of the two following amounts: the evaluation or the sale price stipulated in the notarial deed. Usually, the amount of your transfer taxes is written in the deed executed by the notary at the time of the sale.

For more information, please contact Margaret Baker at 418-844-1218 or by e-mail: Margaret Baker

Transfers of immovables not entered in the land survey registry

As of March 18, 2016, legislative modifications relative to the Act respecting duties on transfers of immovables came into force, among others:

  • the establishment of a disclosure mechanism for deed transfers;
  • the establishment of a transfer disclosure mechanism for properties not entered in the land registry

Citizens having purchased an immovable (e.g. mobile home on a rented land, cottage on Public land) not registered with the land survey registry office must now pay a transfer tax.

The purchaser has the obligation to disclose to the Municipality, within 90 days of the transaction, the information related thereto using the Non Registered Transfer Disclosure Form.

Once completed, the form accompanied by the transfer document (deed) must be sent to mbaker@munsgdv.ca or by mail at 1743 Valcartier Boulevard, Saint-Gabriel-de-Valcartier, Quebec G0A 4S0.

Note that Revenu Québec will impose a residual tax equal to 150% of the transfer tax on a transferee (buyer) who has failed to produce the notice of disclosure to the municipality.

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