Mar 30, 2020

Property Tax Information

The value of your property, as assessed by the BC Assessment Authority, is multiplied by the tax rates as set out by each of the taxing jurisdictions to determine your property taxes. Questions relating to your property assessment should be referred to the Assessment Authority office in Nanaimo (#300 - 125 Wallace Street, Nanaimo, BC V9R 5B2) at 1 866 825-8322.

Property Taxes Due July 2
2019 tax notices were mailed on May 24. Contact the City (250 248-6144) if you have not received your notice. Payments must be received and homeowner grants must be claimed by the due date of Tuesday, July 2 to avoid the 5% penalty. Homeowner grants must be claimed each year you are eligible by bringing the completed application to City Hall or by claiming the grant on the City’s website [Online Services]. When making a payment at a bank or through online banking, please allow a minimum of two business days for bank processing time.


BC Assessment produces uniform property assessments that form the basis for local and provincial taxation while providing information to assist people when making real estate decisions. For contact information and related links, please visit the website for the Vancouver Island Office


Tax deferment is a low interest loan program that helps qualified B.C. homeowners pay their annual property taxes on their principal residence.

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