Due dates for 2021

The Municipalité des Îles offers you the opportunity to pay your tax bill in 4 equal installments when the total amount of property taxes is greater than $ 300.

Payments must be made on the following dates:

  • April 6,2021
  • June 8, 2021
  • August 10, 2021
  • October 12, 2021

Payment methods

They are many ways to pay your tax bill:

  • Banking institutions (Banque Nationale du Canada, Caisses Desjardins…): Internet or telephone, automatic teller machine or at the counter of your banking institution
    • At the automatic teller machine or on the Internet, it is essential to write your file number that appears on your payment slip.
      Ask *Îles-de-la-Madeleine* and choose « Municipalité Îles-de-la-Madeleine – taxes ». After, write your tax bill file number (matricule) of 18 numbers. If you have more than one account, you have to make one payment by account.
  • By mail: using the coupons attached to your account by sending us post-dated checks for each payment deadlines.
  • At the City Hall in Cap-aux-Meules or at the service points of Grande-Entrée and L’Île-du-Havre-Aubert, during opening hours.

Please note that payments with credit card are not accepted.

Knowing your account balance

You can, without charge, apply for and obtain a statement of the amounts due to the Municipality by calling 418 986-3100.

You want a receipt?

At your request, we will send you a receipt after each installments. Just call at 418 986-3100.

School taxes

School taxes are payable at the Centre de service scolaire des Îles.

Property tax

Please note that to claim a property tax refund in your tax return, you can attach to it a copy of your tax bill. This will prevent you to pay a fee of $ 5 for each receipt issued by the Municipality.

Additional taxes

Besides the annual tax bill that is shipped at the beginning of the year, you may receive during the year additional bills for the current year and (or) the previous year.

This or these additional bills follows one or more certificates issuance from the assessor to inform you that the value of a unit of assessment has increased or decreased due to renovations, for example, or any other activity that affects your property value. The receipt of this retroactive adjustment is normally shipped a few months after the works are done. A specific due date applies to each such invoice.