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Reminder: 30-Day Customer Review Period Ends Friday, February 2, 2018

For immediate release: January 29, 2018 - 2:04pm

The 30-Day Customer Review Period opened January 2, 2018, and will close this Friday, February 2. This year, the City of Saskatoon mailed Assessment Notices only to those property owners in Saskatoon who required them for 2018.

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 find helpful information about your property’s assessment using the Property Assessment & Tax Tool.

After speaking with an assessor, if you still have concerns regarding the valuation, classification or content of your property’s assessment, you can 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

Reminder: your Notice of Appeal and the accompanying fee must be received during the 30-Day Customer Review Period, January 2, 2018 - February 2, 2018.

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

Last year was a province-wide reassessment as legislated by the provincial government. The 2017 assessed value of your property will be used for the calculation of your property taxes until the next province-wide reassessment in 2021 (unless there have been changes to your property). At that time, your property’s assessment will be updated to reflect an updated assessed value as of the legislated base date of January 1, 2019.

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.