2020 Property Tax Notices: mailing starts this week, payment due date extended
Starting today, the City of Saskatoon will start the mail-out of over 97,000 property tax notices to property owners. Residents should expect their 2020 Property Tax Notice to arrive over the next coming weeks. If you do not receive your tax notice by May 29, 2020, please call 306-975-2400.
COVID-19 Response: 2020 Property Taxes
We understand the COVID-19 pandemic is causing financial challenges for many in our community. To offer assistance:
- The City has extended the 2020 Property Tax deadline to September 30, 2020; a three-month grace period allows for additional time to pay your 2020 Property Tax.
- You will not incur any late payment penalties on your 2020 Property Tax if you pay the full amount due by September 30, 2020.
- An Information Insert will accompany 2020 Property Tax notices
Residents, please note: the due date on your 2020 Property Tax notice will still show as June 30, 2020. Saskatoon residents who are able to pay their 2020 Property Tax on schedule (June 30, 2020) are encouraged to do so. This will support the City of Saskatoon in continuing to deliver the core services we all rely on during this challenging time. A variety of tax payment options are available for property owners.
TIPPS CUSTOMERS ( Those who pay property tax bill in 12 equal monthly instalments rather than a single annual payment)
You may request to be removed from TIPPS should you require a short-term payment deferral without incurring a penalty. Your full property tax amount will then be due by September 30, 2020.
To cancel your participation in TIPPS:
Please send an email to email@example.com with your request to be removed from TIPPS, your property’s roll#, address and ownership name. You may rejoin the TIPPS program at any time.
Property owners, try out the easy-to-use Property Assessment & Tax Tool at saskatoon.ca/taxtool. After entering your property’s address, you can find:
- historical property tax for your property
- your property’s current and previous assessed value
- nearby property and market area information
- a detailed breakdown of the municipal portion of your property taxes and how they are allocated to various civic services (will be updated by May 29, 2020)