Property taxes due July 2

We are encouraging contactless payment options, such as online banking, telephone banking, mail, or depositing your payment in the 24-hour letter box outside District Hall's entrance.

How to pay your taxes

There are three ways to pay your taxes:

  • Through your financial institution
  • By mail
  • At District Hall

To protect the health and safety of yourself and others, in-person cash and debit payments are discouraged, as we are limiting access to District Hall due to physical distancing requirements.

Learn about more ways you can pay your taxes

Avoid late penalties

Property taxes are due July 2, 2020.

A reduced penalty rate of 2% is applied after July 2, 2020, with the remaining 8% applied after September 1, 2020

Help with property taxes during the COVID-19 pandemic

If your financial situation means you may not be able to pay your property taxes on time, please consider deferring your property taxes.

You may also qualify for the financial assistance that the provincial and federal governments are making available.

Find out more about deferring your taxes and financial assistance options

Questions?

To help us minimize line-ups, congestion, and long waits for those paying at District Hall, please contact us in advance before stopping by. We're available to help you by: