Property Taxes

Important Home Owner Grant Change
Municipalities in BC are no longer responsible for administering the Home Owner Grant. The annual Home Owner Grant can be claimed using the Province of BC website.

Home Owner Grant

As of January 2021, the Province of BC centralized the Home Owner Grant process. Municipalities in BC are no longer responsible for administering the Home Owner Grant. The annual Home Owner Grant can be claimed using the Province of BC website.

Retroactive Home Owner Grant

Retroactive Home Owner Grants will also be need to be claimed through the Province of BC website.

If you forgot to apply for your Home Owner Grant last year, you may be able to receive a retroactive home owner grant if:

  • You qualified for the grant on December 31 of last year. For example, you have until December 31, 2021 to claim the 2020 home owner grant

Provincial Deferral Program

Consider the Province’s property tax deferral program for eligible residential homeowners.


Township of Langley’s Revenue and Tax Collection Department is responsible for administering and processing the collection of property taxes within the Township. Property taxation is the single most important source of municipal revenue. Collected taxes fund Township of Langley operations, including the fire and police departments, recreation facilities, road construction and other services.

Property Tax Due – July 2, 2021

Find out about your property tax and homeowner grant information below.

Property Tax Statement

Property Tax Statements are mailed to residents by the end of May annually. If you do not receive the property tax statement by mid-June, contact the Revenue and Tax Collection Department at 604-533-6005 or email us at tax@tol.ca.

Property owners are responsible for payment of property taxes whether or not a Property Tax Statement is received.

The property tax rates, along with the property classification and assessed value of your property, are used to determine the amount of your property taxes. Property taxes cannot be appealed

Visit the Tax payment methods for more information.

To view last year's property tax levy information, access the Property Inquiry System.

Late Payment Penalty

Any outstanding tax balance after July 2, 2021, including the unclaimed Home Owner Grant, is subject to a penalty.

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Important Dates

January

  • BC Assessment notices mailed out

  • If you disagree with your assessed value, register your appeal with BC Assessment by January 31. Visit BC Assessment to learn more about the appeal process

May

  • Property tax notices are mailed to property owners at the end of May
  • Tax Deferment statement of account and renewal notices mailed by Province
  • Tax Deferment Applications  – to be completed online
  • Home Owner Grant to be claim – to be completed online through Province of BC

June 15

  • Permissive Tax Exemptions applications due

July 2

Tax Due Date

  • Property Tax Payments due
  • Home Owner Grants due – New for 2021: Home Owner Grant must be claimed through the Province of BC
  • Tax Deferment Applications due – to be completed online

Last day for tax payments and Home Owner Grant application to avoid a penalty.

July 3

  • 5% penalty applied to all properties with outstanding balances

September 1

  • Last day for tax payments and Home Owner Grant application to avoid an additional penalty

September 2

  • Additional 5% penalty applied to all properties with outstanding balances