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2019 Property Assessment Roll Opens: 30-Day Customer Review Period Begins

For immediate release: January 2, 2019 - 9:04am

The City’s 2019 Property Assessment Roll opens for public inspection starting today, January 2, 2019. The roll will be open between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 a.m., excluding weekends and statutory holidays. All required Assessment Notices will also be mailed starting this week to those property owners in Saskatoon who require them. The Assessment Roll will remain open for inspection until February 4, 2019.

If you have questions about your property's assessment, tax class, or exemption status, please contact Assessment & Valuation at 306-975-3227.  Most assessment-related concerns can be resolved by speaking with an assessor, prior to filing a formal appeal with required fees. You can also look up your property’s assessment and find valuable information on your property using the online Property Assessment & Tax Tool.

If you still have concerns regarding your property’s assessment after speaking with an assessor, you can then choose to file a formal appeal with the Saskatoon Board of Revision.  Information on the appeal process is located on the back of your Assessment Notice, or on the City’s website

If you would like to file a formal appeal with the City’s Board of Revision regarding the valuation, classification or content of your property’s assessment, your Notice of Appeal and the accompanying fee must be received during the 30-Day Customer Review Period, open January 2, 2019 - February 4, 2019.

Mail or deliver your Assessment Appeal and accompanying fee to:

The Secretary, Board of Revision
c/o City Clerk’s Office
222 3rd Ave North
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan   S7K 0J5

Residents are reminded that property taxes as stated on the next property tax notice that will arrive in May 2019, cannot be appealed during the 30-Day Customer Review Period.

To learn more about the factors used to determine your residential property's assessed value, view the informative video Understanding Residential Property Assessment.

Visit for more assessment information including appeal fees, or call 306-975-3240 for more information on the Board of Revision assessment appeal process.