Your Property Taxes are due on Tuesday, July 3, 2018. Property Tax Notices are mailed before the beginning of June. Please contact us if you do not receive your Property Tax Notice by the second week of June.
Go Paperless. Sign up for E-Billing!
The City of White Rock has launched a new online portal which will make accessing your account information easy!
myWhiteRock is an online service that allows property owners and businesses to:
- access information any time about their City of White Rock property tax, water utility, dog and business licence accounts;
- pay for dog and business licences;
- view the status of building and development related applications; and
- go paperless! Through myWhiteRock, you can register for property tax and water utility e-billing.
Register today at my.whiterockcity.ca
How to Pay your Taxes - Want to avoid the lineups? Find out the different ways to pay your Property Taxes
Important Dates - Learn more about your Property Tax Notice and Important Dates
Pre-Payment Plan - Check the bottom of your Property Tax Notice to see what your 10 month recommended pre-payment is
- Save time, claim online. Home Owner Grants are due July 3, 2018
- To claim your 2017 Home Owner Grant, you must apply for the Retroactive Home Owner Grant
- If you own property that qualifies for the Co-op or Multi Home Owner Grant, you must apply for the grant each year and pass on the benefit to each eligible occupant
Deferment of Property Taxes - A provincial loan program that allows you to defer the annual Property Tax payment on your home if you meet the criteria
Property Assessment - Your yearly property assessment is done by BC Assessment. Your Property Assessment Notice is sent out at the beginning of the year by BC Assessment. The notice shows you the assessed value of your property as of July 1 of the previous year
To learn more about how assessments work with Municipal Property Taxes, watch this video from BC Assessment:
Tax Sale - View information about the annual Tax Sale
Property Tax Exemptions - An organization must qualify under Section 224 of the Community Charter and comply with the City’s policies, plans, bylaws and regulations to be eligible for a Permissive Tax Exemption
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