The City of Saskatoon collects property taxes on behalf of three taxing authorities: School Boards (Public and Separate), the City of Saskatoon and the Saskatoon Public Library. Each taxing authority establishes its annual budget and, after taking into consideration other sources of revenue, determines the total revenue required through taxation.
2016 Property Tax: Important Dates for Residents
- Starting May 11, 2016: Property Tax Notices for 2016 will be mailed to residents.
- If you have not received your 2016 Property Tax Notice by May 26, please call us at 306-975-2400
- June 30, 2016: Your 2016 Property Tax payment is due.
- Payments made after June 30 of the current tax year will have a late penalty of 1.25% per month applied.
- 2016 Tax Summary information will be updated May 11, 2016 within the Property Tax Assessment & Tax Tool
Find our helpful 2016 property tax guide here, giving you detailed information on what you’ll find on your 2016 Property Tax Notice. If you can't find the information you're looking for or have any tax related questions, please call us at 306-975-2400 we're pleased to assist.
2016 Tax Summary
An average residential property with an assessed value of $325,000 will see a $70.00 annual increase ($5.83 per month) in 2016. This is a 2.36% increase to the total 2016 property tax notice (municipal, library and school).
The difference between the 2015 and the 2016 taxes is the result of a 3.8% increase for Municipal (1.95% dedicated to roadways, 0.2% dedicated to traffic noise attenuation and 1.65% for general revenue) and a 4.9% increase for the Saskatoon Public Library. There is a 0% increase for Education in 2016.
Your property will next be reassessed in 2017. 2013 was the last general reassessment of properties in Saskatoon. Property tax increases or decreases due to the 2013 Reassessment were phased-in over the last four years. The Phase-in is now complete and you will not see any Phase-In amount on your tax notice.
Changes to Tax Information
If you need to change any tax information on file with the City, please follow these instructions:
Change of Name
If you wish to have your new legal name displayed on the Assessment Notice and Property Tax Notice, you must submit an application and an affidavit to ISC. Forms and instructions are available at isc.ca.
The City of Saskatoon Assessment and Property Tax information records reflect the exact name registered at the provincial ISC office (Land Titles).
Change of Mailing Address
Contact Customer Service in the Revenue Branch or the Taxation & Assessment Branch to request a mailing address change. If you own more than one property, your must request a mailing address change for each address.
School Tax Declaration is a declaration of faith, not of school support. If you wish to change your School Tax from one School Board to another based on your faith, please use the forms below to submit a declaration to the Assessment & Taxation Division at City Hall.