Grand Forks Property Tax Information
Tax notices for the current year are generally mailed out in May. Property taxes are due annually on July 2nd or the first business day in July. In 2013, property taxes will be due on July 2nd.
*** PAYMENTS ARE POSTED AS THE DATE THEY ARE RECEIVED IN OUR BANK ACCOUNT, NOT THE DATE THEY WERE PAID BY THE CUSTOMER. PLEASE ALLOW 5 BUSINESS DAYS FOR ONLINE BANKING PAYMENTS TO REACH OUR BANK.
HOME OWNER GRANT
The Home Owner Grant must be signed and claimed by the Property Tax due date or it is considered outstanding taxes and subject to penalty as such.
To claim your Home Owner Grant online, please Click Here to Login to Your Account. Select Home Owner Grant, then HOG application. Enter the last eight digits of your roll number, without the decimal. Enter your access code from the top right corner of your property tax notice.
For further information on Home Owner Grant eligibility, please click on the link below to the Provincial website:
For further information on current tax rates in the City of Grand Forks, please see:
Interest rates that are in arrears and delinquent are set quarterly by the Province.
Please click on the link below to see current interest rates:
PROPERTY TAX DEFERMENT PROGRAMS
For more information on Property Tax Deferment programs, please see:
PAYMENT OPTIONS FOR GRAND FORKS PROPERTY TAXES
Cash, cheques, money orders and Debit Card. We have a drop slot for payments on the east door to City Hall.
Cheque or money order to the City of Grand Forks P.O. Box 220, Grand Forks, B.C. V0H 1H0.
*** PAYMENTS ARE POSTED THE DAY THAT THEY ARE RECEIVED, NOT THE DATE PAID.
*** PLEASE ALLOW 5 BUSINESS DAYS FOR ONLINE BANKING PAYMENTS TO REACH OUR OFFICE.
Set the City of Grand Forks up as a vendor on your telephone or internet home banking system.
EQUAL PAYMENT PLAN
Automatic withdrawal from your account monthly or post-dated cheques for monthly payments. Please contact the City Office to calculate your equal payment/automatic withdrawal payment options The Home Owner Grant must be signed and claimed by the Property Tax due date or it is considered outstanding taxes and subject to penalties as such.