Tax Season Customer Parking
Two-hour parking is available in the City Hall lot facing Patricia Boulevard (between City Hall and the Rolling Mix Concrete Arena) from June 6 to July 6 for customers stopping by the Service Centre to pay their taxes. Look for the yellow "Customer Parking Only" signs.
Customer parking sign.
Reserved spaces for tax season customers.
Property Taxes are the City of Prince George's main revenue source with which to provide valuable services to residents. Tax bills are mailed out at the end of May and due on the first Friday in July unless July 1 falls on a Friday, in which case taxes will be due the following Friday.
Property tax collection also includes revenue the City collects on behalf of other agencies. For example, a portion of property tax collections are distributed to the Province for School Tax, BC Assessment, the Municipal Finance Authority, and the Regional District of Fraser Fort George.
Home owners may also apply for the Provincial Home Owner Grant that helps reduce the amount of residential property taxes they pay on their primary residence.
Learn more about property taxes and how to claim a home owner grant
The City provides water, sewer, and solid waste collection services. These utilities charges are billed separately from property taxes. Flat rate bills are billed twice a year and are typically due at the end of March and at the end of September. Metered accounts are billed quarterly. These fees support operating costs as well as the replacement of aging infrastructure.
Learn more about Utilities Billing