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 to provide City services each year, and your property assessment.
Find out how to pay your property taxes and how those taxes are used.
Property Tax Payment Options
We encourage you to pay your taxes and utilities online or via telephone banking. You can also mail your payment to City Hall or pay in person. Learn more about paying your property taxes.
Our customer service team is happy to assist you over the phone or via email if you have any questions. For property tax and utility information, call 604-591-4181 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Avoid the line. Pay online!
Using your MyPropertyAccount you can register your property tax, utilities and dog licensing accounts for eBilling. Pay via online or phone banking with your financial institution.
Sign up for eBilling
Log in to MyPropertyAccounts and change your bill delivery method to email by May 1 of the year to get your bill online.
On Monday, April 17, Council approved the 2023 Five-Year (2023-2027) General Operating and Capital Program Financial Plans, which includes a revision to reduce property tax increase from the proposed 17.5% to 12.5%.
Understanding Your Property Taxes
Your tax notice includes your general City of Surrey property taxes in addition to levies for local roads, drainage, solid waste and capital, as well as taxes collected for other authorities.
The 2023 Five-Year (2023-2027) General Operating and Capital Program Financial Plans are available on our Financial Documents page.
Watch the video to learn more about where your property taxes go.
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