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2022 Property Assessment Roll Opens; 30-Day Assessment Review & Appeal Period Begins

For immediate release: January 4, 2022 - 6:00am

Starting today, January 4, 2022, the 2022 Assessment Notices will be mailed to approximately 15,000 residential and commercial property owners. The City will mail an assessment notice only if there has been a change since January 1, 2021, to a property’s assessment, tax status or ownership. (Bylaw No. 8067, Assessment Notices Bylaw, 2002).

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 questions can be resolved by speaking with an assessor, we’re here to help.  Detailed assessment and tax information about your property can also be viewed by entering your property’s address into the Property Assessment & Tax Tool.

The City’s 2022 Assessment Roll, a listing of all property assessments in Saskatoon, will also open on January 4 for public inspection and will remain open until February 4, 2022. Due to COVID-19 protocol, public inspection will be by appointment only, please call 306-975-3227 to book an appointment or to speak with an assessor.

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 Assessment Review and Appeal period January 4 to February 4, 2022.

A property owner does not need to receive an assessment notice in 2022 to file a formal assessment appeal. Property taxes are not included in the appeal process. Information on the appeal process and required fees are included with the 2022 Assessment Notices or download an appeal form at

Mail or deliver your Assessment Appeal and your cheque/money order for the fee to:

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

In January 2022, property owners will also have the option to apply for and pay online for property assessment appeals. Information on this new process will be available at

Assessment appeal hearings are public hearings. All documents filed for an assessment appeal are public records, subject to certain exceptions in The Cities Act or a confidentiality order made by the Board of Revision, and will be posted on the City of Saskatoon's website.

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

Visit for more assessment-related information including important dates and how to make a change to school tax support or call 306-975-3240 for more information on the Board of Revision's formal assessment appeal process.