Property Taxes

Learn more about Property Taxes, Your Tax Notice, and Ways to Pay

Each year, the Municipality, BC Assessment Authority and other government agencies require revenue for the services they provide to the residents of Pemberton. 

Each government agency with taxing authority sets a budget for the amount of tax revenue it requires. Tax rates vary among property classifications and are calculated by dividing the budget needs of the agency by its assessment base. The appropriate tax rate is then applied to individual property assessments, and the tax levy is calculated. For further information on the where your tax dollars go, see About Property Taxes.

The municipality also collects levies for funds that are distributed by Council through grants to local non-for-profit organizations. On the Tax Notice, there is a separate tax levy for the Community Initiative and Opportunity Fund (CIOF) and the Community Enhancement Fund (Community Enhancement Levy).

Home Owner Grants

The Home Owner Grant reduces the amount of property tax you pay for your principal residence.

The grant is available to homeowners that pay property taxes to a municipality or to the province if they live in a rural area

You may qualify as a homeowner who is:

Learn more about Home Owner Grants

Claim Your Home Owner Grant