To comply with its obligations under the Cities and Towns Act, the City’s administration publishes official documents on the status and management of City finances.
The Three-Year Capital Investment Program outlines the investments and infrastructure improvement projects that the City wishes to carry out over the next few years. Note that projects are subject to approval by the City Council.
Every year, in Spring, the City of Pointe-Claire presents its financial statements. The report is available online once it has been tabled at City Council.
The property assessment roll will be in force for the years 2023 to 2025 inclusive. Unless your property has undergone significant structural changes, its value will remain unchanged during this period.
The City of Montréal’s Direction de l’évaluation foncière is responsible for the property assessment roll. The value of your property is equivalent to its most likely selling price in a free and competitive market.
You can consult your property’s assessment value in more detail on the City of Montréal’s Direction de l’évaluation foncière website or by going in person to one of the regional offices of the Direction de l’évaluation foncière:
- 1868 des Sources Blvd., Suite 500
Pointe-Claire QC H9R 5R2
- 255 Crémazie Blvd. E., Suite 600
Montréal QC H2M 1M2