Possible mail disruption
Property Taxes are due July 4, 2016. At the end of June 2016, your mail delivery may be interrupted or delayed by a possible labour disruption at Canada Post. You still must pay outstanding amounts for your Property Taxes & Utility accounts by the due dates – payments that aren’t received on time by the City of Surrey are subject to penalty, regardless of the actions of Canada Post.
Learn the ways to pay your property taxes on time to avoid penalty.
Your property tax notice includes:
- your general City property taxes
- the roads levy
- the drainage parcel tax
- waste collection fees
- taxes collected for other authorities.
2016 Property Tax Due Dates
|2016 Due Date||Notice Sent Out|
|Property Tax Notice||July 4||End of May|
|Home Owner Grant (if eligible)||July 4||End of May|
|Reminder Notice (2nd penalty)||Sep. 2||Beginning of Aug.|
|Statement of Taxes||Dec. 31||Beginning of Nov.|
Have your Surrey property tax in by the July 2 deadline each year.
Learn how Surrey property tax rates are determined, and see the Tax Rate Schedule.
Pay your Surrey property taxes through online banking, or learn your other payment options to pay by July 4, 2016.
Pre-pay your property tax and annual utilities through a monthly pre-authorized withdrawal from your bank.
Find property assessment values, legal description, tax and utility levy information related to properties in the City of Surrey.
Review the BC Property Tax Deferment Program types to see if you qualify to defer your property tax payment.
Obtain a Tax Certificate online for conveyancing purposes.
Find the date of the annual Tax Sale, where The Local Government Act requires the City to sell at tax sale all properties whose taxes are in [...]