Property Assessment Roll

Last updated October 27, 2023

Want to know more about the property assessment roll and what it contains? Find out how assessment rolls and their contents are tabled.

Tabling and purposes of rolls

The property assessment roll, tabled every 3 years, presents an inventory of all the property located across a municipality. An assessment roll is drawn up for each of the 16 reconstituted municipalities within the Montréal agglomeration.

The assessment roll contains a variety of information used to identify and describe the use and physical characteristics of each building. It also identifies the owner and indicates the value of each building, regardless of its nature, on the basis of its actual or market value.

For the 2023-2024-2025 assessment notice, only one owner name is listed, even if there are other owners. You can view all owners listed on the assessment roll online.

Impact of the assessment on taxes

The property assessment roll is used to calculate municipal and school taxes.

However, an increase in the value of your property does not automatically translate into an equivalent increase in your municipal tax bill.

The city adjusts the rates to reflect changes in assessed values. Tax rates are set annually in the municipal budget to provide the revenue required to deliver municipal services.

Find out how the roll works

Information session

Did you miss the information session about the latest assessment rolls? You can watch the replay (in French) of the presentation given by the city’s assessor and the director of the Service de l’évaluation foncière.


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