Electronic Home Owner Grant

Update your property tax account instantly by claiming your Home Owner Grant online with the Electronic Home Owner Grant (EHOG).

Use EHOG between mid-May and December 31 each year. 

Just claim your Home Owner Grant (if eligible) by the July 2 due date. You do not need to make a property tax payment to apply for the grant, but make sure you meet the requirements. To avoid late penalty charges, pay your property taxes by the due date.

For EHOG, all you need is your folio number and access code from your tax notice.

Property tax notice showing the folio number

When you use EHOG, you don't need to submit the paper application form to the City of Surrey. Print out the screen confirmation of your grant application for your records.  

Only one eligible registered owner needs to apply for EHOG. You must qualify for the grant at the time you complete the application.

Get started on your Electronic Home Owner Grant (EHOG) now.

Qualifying for the Home Owner Grant

See how the provincial government can reduce your residential property tax with the Home Owner Grant Program.

Check the  Home Owner Grant eligibility criteria to see if you're eligible. For more information, review the Home Owner Grant Explanatory Notes.

Paying your property tax balance

After you claim your grant, save more time by paying your property taxes using online banking with your financial institution. Also see other Property Tax Payment Options to make sure you pay by the July 2 due date.

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Property Tax Payment Options

Pay your Surrey property taxes through online banking, or learn your other payment options to pay by the July 2 due date.