Online Services

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Access City Services Safely Online

Many of the City’s Services can be accessed online using MyWhiteRock - an online portal allowing property owners and businesses to pay online for parking or bylaw tickets and dog or business licenses, claim your home owner grant, and review property tax details, and more.

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Pay Online

Property Details Online

Claim Online


Request for Service 

Submit Non-Emergency Requests to the City such as street potholes, illegal dumping, parking concerns, street lights and more.


Online Mapping Services

Discover White Rock property information through an easy-to-use map interface such as City facilities, parks, zoning and more.

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Online Registration Platform for Recreation and Culture Programs offered by the City of White Rock.


Garbage and Recycling

Use Recollect to download and print your collection calendar, find out where to put waste in its place, sign up for reminders, and more!

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Request for Additional Garbage & Recycling Items

Need green waste stickers? Recycling containers? Use this online form to request additional items.

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Dogs eApply

With Dogs eApply you can register your dog and pay for a dog licence, purchase a replacement tag, update information about your pet, including a picture, and more.

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Special Meter Read

As of May 1, 2020, Lawyers or Notaries will only be able to submit utility special meter reading requests by completing our new online submission form.



Request for Resident Parking Decals and Permits

To request a Centennial Area Pay Parking Decal, Resident Pay Parking Decal, Resident Parking Permit or Resident One Day Event Parking permit, click here.


Open Data

An easy way to find, access and reuse public datasets from local government.


Talk White Rock

An online forum for citizens to post comments, participate in surveys, and serve as a way to share research and to report back to the community.