Council Deliberates on 2017 Budget Jan 11 & 12 2017
Get Involved in the Budget Process
Received your property assessment from BC Assessment and have questions about how your property taxes will be affected?
Homeowners are cautioned that big jumps in assessment values don’t automatically translate into big tax increases as long as the increase is within the average for the City. Tax rates are established after adjusting for the average increase in overall assessments.
In Pitt Meadows, the average residential increase per the 2017 BC Assessment Completed Roll is 31%. Homeowners whose assessment increased less than the 31% average will bear less of the 2017 tax increase that Council is deliberating on commencing January 11, 2017.
Deliberations on the City's 2017 budget take place on January 11 and 12 at 5:30 pm. Meetings are open to the public with opportunities for questions and comments.
Can't make it to City Hall? Watch via the live stream on our website. (Locate the meeting date and click on "In Progress" to watch live.)
Public feedback is encouraged and welcomed. The public can offer feedback through the following:
• Visit pittmeadows.bc.ca and email comments through the webpage
• Email the Finance department directly at firstname.lastname@example.org
• Contact elected representatives or City staff directly by phone or email. The City's main switchboard is 604.465.5454.