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Property Taxes

Due Date: TUESDAY, JULY 4, 2017

A number of factors determine the amount of your property taxes. The B.C. Assessment Authority, the governing body that determines the value of your property, conducts an assessment of your property's market value as of July 1st each year. On December 31st of each year, the B.C. Assessment Authority mails a Property Assessment Notice to each property owner.

The City determines property taxes by applying current tax rates approved by Council to the assessed market value of your property to ascertain the amount of taxes you are required to pay each year.

Important Information: Home Owner Grants must be claimed by the tax due date to avoid penalty. You will not receive the grant if you fail to fully complete the application either online or on the front portion of your tax notice. Taxes are due July 4, 2016.

 

 


ATTN: Families, Seniors & Persons with Disabilities

Property Tax Deferment Program


Property Tax Deferment for Families with Children

The property tax deferment program is available under the Families with Children (FC) Property Tax Deferment Program for eligible homeowners who are financially supporting a dependent child under the age of 18. Application forms and brochures are available at City Hall. For more information go to gov.bc.ca/FamilyPropertyTaxDeferment.

Property Tax Deferment for Seniors

The property tax deferment program is available under the Regular Property Tax Deferment Program for eligible homeowners who are 55 or older, a surviving spouse of any age or a person with disabilities. For more information go to gov.bc.ca/RegularPropertyTaxDeferment.

A number of factors determine the amount of your property taxes.

The Home Owner Grant is a provincial government program designed to help homeowners reduce their property taxes of the home in which they reside.








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