2023 Utility Payments Due March 31
Port Coquitlam property owners will be receiving their 2023 utility bill this week and payment is due March 31.
The utility bill is sent out each year to pay for water and sewer services. These levies are flat annual fees based on the services provided to the property. Property owners who have not received their bills by the last week of February, should contact the Tax Office at 604-927-5425 or email email@example.com.
Due to the construction at Veterans Park, the front doors to City Hall and access to the drop box have been closed off and moved to the back entrance. Access and parking are available on McAllister Avenue or Donald Street. The drop box is located on the side of the water feature by the back doors of City Hall.
Avoid the Line, Pay Online
The City encourages taxpayers to save time by taking advantage of online banking or other payment methods, such as paying at your bank or paying by mail. Penalties will be applied if your financial institution rejects payment, or if payment is received after the due date (5% penalty for payments made after March 31 and a further 5% applies after May 31).
Utility Bill Discounts
Utility bill discounts are available for seniors and people with disabilities on a limited income who meet certain criteria. Applications must be submitted each year before the due date to avoid penalty. Visit portcoquitlam.ca/utilities for more information.
Residents are also encouraged to sign up for the City’s convenient prepayment plan to start saving for next year’s utility and property tax bills by making manageable monthly payments. There are no administrative charges. Visit portcoquitlam.ca/prepayment for more information.
Property owners can also go paperless and sign up for MyPortCoquitlam at my.portcoquitlam.ca to view and manage their City tax and utility bills online.
Manager of Communications & Administrative Services
City of Port Coquitlam