Payment Options

Payment Options

The Village of Anmore accepts multiple payment methods for utility bills, property taxes, bylaw fines, pet and business licenses and accounts receivable.

Payment can be made via the following means:

  • Cheque (or post-dated cheque) – payable to Village of Anmore
  • Money Order or Bank Draft – payable to Village of Anmore
  • Debit card
  • Online Banking (Property Tax and Utility Bill payments only)
  • Credit Card via OptionPay (Note: OptionPay charges a fee of up to 2.4% per transaction)

Type of Payment


Online Banking

(Property Tax and Utility Payments Only)

To make an online payment, access your personal online banking and add Village of Anmore (or alternate Village payee reference as noted below) as a payee.

Where account number is requested:

  • Use your Utility Account Number (without dashes)
  • Use your Roll Number for property tax payment

Note: Payee name can vary with financial institutions. Village of Anmore; Anmore, Village of; Anmore Village, etc. (should you have difficulty finding Anmore as a payee, please contact your financial institution directly).

Pre-authorized Withdrawal

(Property Taxes and Utility Payments Only)

In future, if you would like to make prepayments that are spread out over the year, please sign up for the Pre-Authorized Debit Plan (PAD) program. Current and prior year property taxes/utilities must be paid in full prior to enrolling. Click HERE for more information about the PAD program.
In Person To pay in person by cheque, money order, debit card or bank draft, drop in at the Village Hall Administration Offices (2697 Sunnyside Road in Anmore) during office hours, Monday to Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.
By Mail All cheques must be received by the deadline date noted on your Utility Invoice to avoid the applicable late payment penalty.

Note: Envelope postmarks will not be considered as date of payment, and only cheques, money orders or bank drafts are accepted by mail (no cash).

By Credit Card

Click HERE to pay by credit card via OptionPay.

The Village of Anmore now accepts online credit card payments through a contract with OptionPay. OptionPay charges a small fee to provide another convenient method to pay utility bills and property taxes.

How to Pay with OptionPay Online 

  1. Enter your payment type and value of payment
  2. The system will calculate the convenience fee based on the value you are paying, for a list of convenience fees please click HERE.
  3. The total due, including the convenience fee, will appear.
  4. Select which bill you would like to pay under expense type. Under type, click on “Select option” and select one of the following:
    • Property Tax
    • Utilities
    • Bylaw Tickets
    • Pet and Business Licenses
    • Accounts Receivable
  5. Enter the appropriate Roll or Account Number:
    • For Property Tax payment, use the Roll Number on your property tax notice.
    • For Utilities payment, use your Utility Account Number.
    • For Bylaw Ticket payments, use your Ticket Number.
    • For Pet and Business License payments, use the Account Number on your invoice.
    • For Accounts Receivable payments, use the Invoice Number.

Please be advised that the Village of Anmore does not provide refunds or process cancellations for transactions made using OptionPay. Once you have consented to the processing of your credit card payment and remitted the associated load fee, the charge and fee is irreversible. If the payment was made to the wrong account or is a duplicate charge, please contact us at

To make a credit card payment via OptionPay, click HERE.