White Rock property taxes due

Resident have until July 2 to pay their property tax

City of White Rock property taxes are due July 2.

According to a city news release issued June 5, property tax notices have been mailed to all registered property owners.

If residents have not received their notice by the second week of June, the city asks that they contact the financial services department by calling 604-541-2280.

A five per cent penalty will be added to any unpaid 2019 property taxes after July 2, the release notes. An additional five per cent penalty will be added after Aug. 15. Unclaimed home owner grants are considered unpaid taxes and are subject to penalty, the release notes.

In Surrey, property tax payments are also due on July 2.

Notices are sent out 30 days prior to the due date. Anyone who hasn’t received their notice 10 days before the due date is asked to contact Property & Payment Services at 604-591-4181.

According to the city of Surrey’s website, after midnight, July 2, a five per cent penalty will be charged on unpaid property taxes. A first reminder notice to anyone who has not yet paid will be sent at the beginning of August, with a due date of Sept. 3.

Taxes not paid by the September deadline will be subject to an additional five per cent penalty. A second reminder will be sent at the beginning of November with a due date of Dec. 31.

For more information, visit whiterockcity.ca/taxes or https://www.surrey.ca/city-services/591.aspx

Just Posted

Teens charged in stabbing death of South Surrey man in strip mall parking lot

Two youths, aged 15 and 16, charged in Aug. 16 killing of Paul Prestbakmo

Council to look into Cloverdale arena project

Plans could include twinning existing rink

UPDATE: Two North Delta schools briefly in ‘hold and secure’ after report of weapon

Seaquam Secondary and Cougar Canyon Elementary were in ‘hold and secure’ for about 45 minutes

Surrey family donates $125K to hospital’s children’s centre, with a 55-day fundraising campaign

Bob Hans says the initiative is meant to coincide with the 550th birthday celebrations of Guru Nanak

WestCoast Big Band Festival on the move from Surrey to Vancouver

‘It’s time for our festival to go to the next level,’ organizer says of mid-November event

VIDEO: Trudeau asks Canada to look to current, not past, actions on race

Liberal leader says he never spoke about the racist photo because he was embarrassed

VIDEO: B.C. man accused of assaulting sex worker loses temper in interrogation

Defence lawyer says statements made by accused Curtis Sagmoen should be deemed inadmissible

Nanaimo beekeepers take down nest of invasive giant hornets

One nest eradicated at Nanaimo’s Robins Park, but there are still Asian giant hornets around

John Horgan promises action after fatal mid-Island bus crash

Premier cites students, local Indigneous community as reason to repair the road

Police warn of escalating violence, weapons in Vancouver’s Oppenheimer Park

Officers issue statement about high crime in the area that includes a homeless camp

B.C. Premier John Horgan worried about ‘rise of racism’

Asked to comment on Justin Trudeau’s ‘blackface’ incidents

Human case of West Nile virus reported on Vancouver Island

B.C. Centre for Disease Control confirmed case reported in August

Forestry watchdog warned B.C. government about Bamfield Road in 2008

Ombusman’s specific concerns re-surface in wake of bus crash that killed two students

Photos surface of Conservative candidate at B.C. event with people in blackface

The controversial “Black Peter” character has been a feature at Sinterklaas celebrations

Most Read