Like any corporation, a municipality would not operate without finances. Funding for municipalities comes from four main sources:
- Property taxes (by assessed value, frontage or parcel)
- User fees (sale of services (ie water/sewer)
- Interest earned on investments
- Outside grants and donations
2016 Property Tax
Property tax for 2016 were due July 4, 2016. Any unpaid balances (including unclaimed Home Owner Grants) have now had a 10% penalty applied in accordance with the Community Charter. If you did not receive your notice, please contact the Finance Department at firstname.lastname@example.org or 250-485-6200.
2016 Utility Invoices
Metered water bills are sent out quarterly in April, July, October of 2016 and January 2017 for the 2016 year.
If you would like to receive your bill by email, please fill out the online form here.
Failure to receive your property tax notice or utility invoice does not negate the responsibility of the property owner to pay for tax levies, fees and/or rates established by bylaw and any unpaid balances after the due date will be subject to applicable penalties.
You may view your property tax details online if you are a registered user. In order to have your notice delivered by email for 2016 you would have had to have registered by the time they are issued. If you received your property tax notice via email in a previous year, and have not made any changes to your account, you will automatically receive your notice by email. Please choose the Online Services page of our website to register for 2017.
To view property details and assessment comparisons through BC Assessment click here. To change your address with the Town of Oliver send an email to the finance email address noted above. To change your address with the BC Assessment Authority click here.
The following documents are available for download in PDF format. You must have Adobe Acrobat Reader installed on your computer to use these files.
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