You can pay Property Taxes via online banking through TD, Scotiabank, RBC, CIBC, BMO, and Revelstoke Credit Union
Payments Methods: Property taxes and other payments can be made in-person, during the above noted drop-in hours. Payment is acceptable via debit (limits apply), cheque, credit (no credit for Property Taxes or Utilities) or cash but we ask that the online/distancing options are considered first and physical payments/cash last. Cheques can also be dropped off in the new secure drop box outside the Finance Department at City Hall (no cash, please) or mailed to: City Hall at PO. Box 170, Revelstoke, BC, V0E 2S0.
You can also sign up for the Property Tax installment plan.
See the Finance Section for more information
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Typically, Property Taxes are due on July 2, or on the first business day after July 2 if it falls on a weekend or holiday.
For 2020 Property Taxes, due to the COVID-19 Pandemic, property taxes are due Sept 2, 2020.
Visit the Finance Section for more details on Property Taxes.
New for 2020, you can claim your Home Owner Grant online or email: email@example.com with a photo of your completed grant application.
You can also complete the back of the form on the bottom of your tax notice and either bring it in or mail it to City Hall at:P.O. Box 170Revelstoke, BC V0E 2S0