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Property Taxes

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Your 2020 property taxes are due on July 2, 2020. The last day for payment with no penalty is Sept. 30, 2020. This allows for a 90-day extension to pay taxes without late penalties. A 10% penalty will be levied to all accounts with outstanding balances on Oct. 1, 2020. The penalty also applies to the homeowner grant portion of your taxes. 

As City Hall is currently open by appointment only, and the cashier station at the Operations Centre is closed at this time, we encourage you to pay your taxes and utilities online or via telephone banking. You can also mail your payment to City Hall or make an appointment to pay in person. 

For property tax and utility information, call 604-591-4181 or email propertytaxesandutilities@surrey.ca. If you are unable to find the information you need online or by phone and still need to come to City Hall in person, please call 604-591-4181 to set up an appointment time.

Property taxes are one of the ways the City of Surrey collects revenue to pay for City services. The amount you pay is based on the funds Surrey needs in order to provide City services each year, and your property assessment. We encourage all those who can pay their taxes on time to do so in order to avoid interruptions to City services.

Paying Your Property Taxes

Learn how to pay your property taxes. Pay on time to avoid late penalties.

Understanding Your Property Taxes

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Applying for a Home Owner Grant

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Changing Your Address Information

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Deferring Your Property Taxes

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