Zeballos Property Taxes

Property Tax Notices are mailed out at the end of May each year.

The Property Tax Due Date for 2024 is Tuesday, July 2nd. On July 3rd, accounts with outstanding balance are subject to a 10% penalty – this includes any unclaimed Homeowner grants.

What happens if I don’t pay my property tax?

Unpaid property taxes become taxes in arrears after December 31 of the current taxation year, and interest starts to accrue on the total unpaid amount. After one year, if still unpaid, these property taxes and accrued interest become delinquent after December 31. A property with delinquent taxes is subject to tax sale if those taxes are unpaid by the statutory tax sale date which is the last Monday in September each year.

Did You Know?

The Village of Zeballos mails the Property Tax Notices; however, to receive your Property Tax Notice at the correct mailing address, you must ensure that your contact information is updated with BC Assessment. Update your mailing address here.

Changes to Homeowner Grant Program

As of 2021, the Province is delivering the Homeowner Grant program. This means all eligible home owners will be required to directly apply to the Province online or over the phone to claim their grant.

The Village of Zeballos is now unable to process retroactive or new homeowner grant applications.

Be sure to apply before the property tax due date of July 2, 2024 to avoid late payment penalties.

To apply, you will require the following information:

  • Jurisdiction Number
  • Roll Number
  • Social Insurance Number

Jurisdiction and Roll Numbers can be found on your Property Tax Notice or by searching your civic address on www.bcassessment.ca.

Apply online

Apply for the homeowner grant anytime of the day using the simple and secure online system.

Need Help?

Please visit gov.bc.ca/homeownergrant, or call toll free 1 888 355 2700

Apply by Phone

Eligible B.C. homeowners can also apply for the Homeowner Grant via phone by way of the following:

  • Apply with an agent toll-free at 1-888-355-2700, Mon to Fri from 8:30am to 5:00 pm.
  • Apply 24/7 using a voice recognition application toll-free at 1-888-355-2700

Homeowners can use the voice recognition application if:

  • Their eligible home is a principal residence; and,
  • They are applying for a basic or additional grant

Note: If using the self serve voice recognition option, please note you can connect with a live agent at any time.

Need Help?

Please visit gov.bc.ca/homeownergrant, or call toll free 1 888 355 2700

For information on the Property Tax Deferment program, visit the Government of British Columbia Property Tax Deferment website here. Application and renewals only take up to 20 minutes online.