Property tax notices will have been mailed out to all Cranbrook property owners ahead of the July due date.
City of Cranbrook officials said residents should receive their notices by the first week of June.
If you have not received your notice by then, you are asked to contact City Hall at (250) 489-0233 to have a copy sent to you.
Home Owner Grant applications must be submitted online through the B.C. Government website or over the phone at 1-888-355-2700. A link can be found below.
Payments will be accepted via post-dated cheque, debit card and credit card. City officials said a 2.4% convenience fee applies to all credit card payments. Payments can also be made through phone and online banking as well.
The City also accepts payments online, and officials said this method is preferred, as it is more convenient and will keep City Hall from getting too busy. A link to Cranbrook’s website can also be found below.
You must pay your property taxes by July 4th, and any outstanding 2022 property tax amount will have a 10 per cent penalty attached after the due date.
Residents using pre-authorized payments may have some outstanding amounts, as the payments were based on estimates. If you use pre-authorized payments, City staff say you should still review your tax notice to make sure there is no outstanding balance.
Those interested in enrolling in the monthly payment plan can contact Cranbrook’s Finance Department at 250-489-0233 for an application form.
More: Home owner grant application page (B.C. government)