Luc Lafontaine
General Manager
450-228-3232 ext. 223           

Lyne Charron                                            
Taxation clerk                        
450-228-3232 ext. 221                                    


Nadine Bonneau
450-228-3232 ext. 222

Karell Morin
Executive secretary
450-228-3232 ext. 227      


Lucy Martin
Executive secretary
450-228-3232 ext. 224



TAXATION (See 2020 taxation By-Law) 'French Only'

1)  The first payment is due no later than 30 days after the date of transmission.

2)  The second payment is due on July 2, 2020. Postponed September 4, 2020

If your tax bill is higher than $300, you can pay in 2 installments, if it's less, it is payable in one installment only.

Please note that it is very important to pay on due dates to avoid interest and penalties totaling 15%; you can make payments by the following methods of payment:

On Internet, with these institutions :

Caisse Populaire Desjardins

Banque Laurentienne

Banque de Montréal (BMO)

Banque Nationale du Canada

Banque Nouvelle Écosse

Banque Royale

Banque Scotia

Banque Toronto Dominion (TD)


Post-dated cheques : By mail or at the Hôtel de Ville

Debit card : Available at the Hôtel de Ville only

Cash : Available at the Hôtel de Ville only

The City also offers you a mailbox located at the entrance of Hôtel de Ville to deposit mail outside of office hours.







Monday to Friday: From 8:30 AM to Noon

and from 1:00 PM to 4:30 PM




It is very important to inform us of any change of address for your permanent residence, since this is the address we use to send correspondence. It is also at this address that we send your tax bill.
Information required for the change of address:

  • Complete Name of the owner
  • Previous address
  • New address, including zip code
  • Estérel address
  • Effective date of change
  • Signature of the owner (by mail or fax)


Simply notify the City by email, fax (450 228-3737) or by mail:

Ville d'Estérel

115, chemin Dupuis

Estérel (Québec)  J0T 1E0

Transfer duty

Transfer duty is calculated according to the tax base established by the following rates:

1. 0.5% of the consideration which does not exceed $51,700;
2. 1% on the part of the consideration in excess of $51,700 but less than $258,600; 
3. 1.5% on the part of the consideration in excess of $258,600 but less than $500,000; and
4. 2% on the part of the consideration which exceeds $500,000.

The transfer duty is calculated based on the greatest of the following amounts:

A. the amount of the consideration furnished for the transfer of the immovable;
B. the amount of the consideration stipulated for the transfer of the immovable;
C. the amount of the market value of the immovable at the time of transfer.