City property taxes are due by July 2

City of Dawson Creek property taxes are due by Thursday, July 2. They can be paid in a few different ways: online – using your toll number as your account number, by credit card (2% fee added) at the bank or by stopping by City Hall.

The city would like to remind taxpayers to don’t forget to claim homeowner grants online.

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"Use your Roll number as your account number or at the front desk at City Hall to avoid late penalties on balances owing," note officials.

As of (last) Monday, fifteen percent of taxpayers have paid their 2020 taxes. When it was the noted the 2020 return thus far mid June, Mayor Dale Bumstead wanted to know if this was average.

“We really have never tracked taxes paid by the week,” noted city CFO Flavia Rossi Donovan.

Tax notices were mailed out in May 2020, and the City is delaying the 2020 property tax penalty for those who need relief as an additional measure to help residents financially during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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