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Important Announcements

Did you lose your tax notice? To request a reprint of your notice, please email your information along with a copy of your photo ID to receivables@whitehorse.ca. Please note there is a fee ($1.05) for reprinting documents pertaining to taxes and utilities, as per the Fees and Charges By-law.

2022 Property Tax Notices have been mailed out – please wait until May 20 before calling for reprints/copies. Skip the line at City Hall by remitting your payment through online banking and completing your Home Owners Grant application online!

If your mortgage company remits your property taxes on your behalf, please submit the homeowners grant application by Friday, June 10, so your mortgage company can remit your taxes, less your grant amount.

Property Taxes are due July 2, 2022. Unpaid balances after July 2 will be subject to a 10% penalty.

Credit cards cannot be accepted for property tax payments.

Unpaid 2021 utility accounts will be transferred to property taxes in March 2022 after the current billing due date. Amounts over $180.00 (Metered/Commercial) and $300.00 (Flat/Residential) will be transferred.

City Hall is open from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

 

How to Pay Your Property Taxes
How Property Taxes are Calculated
Why sign up for Property Tax Pre-authorized Payments?
What is the Yukon Government Home Owners Grant?
How to sign up for Email Utility and Property Tax Billings
Different ways to pay your City of Whitehorse bills