Property Tax Due Date
First working day after July 1st
Property taxes are one of the City's biggest revenue sources, and are critical to the health and livability of our city.
Your tax dollars help pay for many essential services, such as police, fire fighting, and emergency rescue.
We also rely on property tax revenues to build stronger communities. Your payments help fund our recreation and community centres, libraries, parks, and much more.
Have you ever wondered how your property taxes are put to use? The below videos will help you understand how your tax dollars are determined and used to support the services that the City of Vernon provides.
How your City of Vernon property taxes are determined.
Receiving Your Property Tax Notice
The City of Vernon prepares and mails over 20,000 property tax notices annually. All property tax notices are mailed at the end of May.
You can make a payment to your property tax account at any time. You do not need to have received your property tax notice in order to pay your property taxes. You are responsible for paying your taxes even if you have not received your notice. Property owners who have not received their tax notice by the second week of June should check their MyCity account or contact the Property Tax Department at 250-550-3636.