The drop box located at the main entrance of the District office located at 136 Spruce Avenue. Place your cheque and/or Home Owner Grant in an envelope. Please do not put cash in the mailbox.
You can pay for municipal services by cheque (made payable to “District of Sparwood”) mailed to the District of Sparwood, Box 520, Sparwood, BC, V0B 2G0. Post marks on envelopes are not acceptable as the payment received date so please allow time for delivery and processing.
You can pay your property taxes and utilities using online or telephone banking services through your Financial Institution. For taxes, you will need your 11 digit roll number (including the 337 jurisdiction number with no spaces or punctuation) to set up the District of Sparwood as an entity to make a payment. For utilities, you will need your full account number (no spaces or punctuation) to set up the District of Sparwood as an entity to make a payment. When searching for payee on your bank’s website enter “Sparwood” or "District" if Sparwood does not give good results. Please be sure to allow sufficient time (a minimum of three business days) for your payment to be processed so that the District receives your payment by the due date. Please contact your financial institution for more information.
Credit Card payment can be made for municipal services through a service provider; Paytm Canada. Credit cards are not accepted at the District of Sparwood Municipal Office.
Paytm will charge a service fee for processing the credit card payment on our behalf.
Please allow up to five business days for payments to be processed. The payment date will be when the funds are received by the District of Sparwood. To avoid penalties, it is the taxpayer’s responsibility to ensure the payment is received on time by the District of Sparwood.
Please refer to the service provider's website for terms and conditions of their services, charges and payment processing times.
To make a payment, please click here: https://p.paytm.ca/pages/sparwood
Or scan the QR code using your smart phone device
You can pay your taxes with a cheque post dated to the tax due date. The payment is not cashed at your bank until the date of the cheque. Cheques must be received by the tax due date in order to avoid the 10% penalty. Post marks on envelopes are not acceptable as the payment received date, so please allow time for delivery and processing. Post dated cheques should be identified in some way (highlight the date) so that they are not inadvertently processed as a current item.
If you have any questions please contact the District Office by phone 250-425-6271 or email email@example.com