COVID-19: Longueuil grants a respite to citizens and businesses

In light of the Quebec government's announcement about extending tax filing deadlines, the City of Longueuil is taking action to help its residents and businesses by giving them an extra month to pay the next three instalments of their municipal tax bill.

“We applaud the commitment of our people and our business community in the fight against COVID-19,” said Longueuil Mayor Sylvie Parent. “They are being socially responsible by following the instructions of the Direction de la santé publique. However, we are aware that the current situation may be making things difficult for them. These measures will help give them some relief during these extraordinary circumstances.”

Revised tax bill payment deadlines

  • 2nd instalment: now May 6, 2020
  • 3rd instalment: now July 6, 2020
  • 4th instalment: now September 8, 2020

Three-month moratorium on DEL business loan payments Moreover, in an effort to lend a helping hand to local businesses, Développement économique de l'agglomération de Longueuil (DEL) may grant a three-month moratorium on loan payments to companies in their portfolio. This is in addition to monitoring the various technical and financial solutions available to businesses to cope with this unprecedented crisis. Complete details are available on the DEL website.


  • Please continue to observe all hygiene and self-isolation recommendations issued by public authorities.
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Modern and forward-facing, Longueuil is the central city of the Agglomération de Longueuil, home to more than 430,000 residents. Longueuil is renowned for the quality of its essential public services, its rich and varied cultural programming, and its strong potential for economic development. With a history dating back 360 years, Longueuil is also a vibrant and welcoming city with a remarkable quality of life where families can thrive, surrounded by expansive green spaces, peaceful residential and urban neighbourhoods, and a booming business sector.