The City of Saskatoon collects property taxes on behalf of three taxing authorities, you'll see each of these on the 2017 Property Tax Notice. Each taxing authority establishes its annual budget and, after taking into consideration other sources of revenue, determines the total revenue required through taxation. The Education Tax Rate is set by the Province.
- Educations Taxes for the School Boards (Public and Separate)
- Municipal Taxes for the City of Saskatoon
- The Saskatoon Public Library
2017 Provincial Budget Impact on Property Taxes:
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Find more information on the impact the 2017 provincial budget changes made to the City of Saskatoon's 2017 property tax process here, including Administrative Reports, FAQs and Related Documents.
2017 Property Tax: Important Dates for Residents
January 9, 2017: As this a reassessment year, Official Reassessment Notices were mailed to residents at the start of January. The new assessed value for your property now reflects the market value assessment as of this base date: January 1, 2015
January 9 - March 10, 2017: 60-Day Customer Review Period - changes to your property assessment were considered if your formal appeal was received during the Customer Review Period.
May 10, 2017: Property Tax Notices for 2017 will be mailed to residents starting this day
June 30, 2017: Your 2017 Property Tax payment is due. Your payment options include:
Your Property Tax Payment Options
- Internet or Telephone Banking: Register your payment with the Roll Number located on the front of your property tax notice. Please allow up to 2 business days for payment processing by the vendor. Some vendors may take longer.
- By Mail: Mail your cheque or bank draft to; P.O. Box 1788, Saskatoon, SK S7K 8E1. Post-dated cheques are accepted. Please do not enclose cash.
- 24-Hour Deposit Box: Located outside City Halls’ main entrance. Please include the tax payment stub with your cheque or bank draft.
- In Person: City Hall Payment Centre open from 8:00 am – 5:00 pm Monday to Friday. City Hall is closed Saturday, July 1, 2017. Payment methods accepted: Cash, Cheque, or Debit.
- TIPPS: Make monthly payments for property taxes rather than one annual payment. You may join the TIPPS program anytime, for more information call 306-975-2400. Already on TIPPS? Your TIPPS amount showing on your property tax notice is for information only.
- Late payments made after June 30 of the current tax year will have a late penalty of 1.25% per month applied.
Helpful & Informative Guides - Property Taxes, Education Taxes, Assessment, Phase-in
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 found Related Documents on this page to submit a declaration to the Assessment & Taxation Division at City Hall.