High Streamflow Advisory: Fraser River

Updated May 22, 2018 at 10:25 AM

The River Forecast Centre has issued a High Streamflow Advisory for the Fraser River due to increased snow melt runoff. River levels and flows are expected to remain elevated this week and into the weekend.

City staff are monitoring water levels, conducting daily patrols of areas adjacent to the Fraser River, and are prepared for possible minor flooding as part of our Flood Response Plan »

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How Your Taxes are Calculated

Your assessed value is multiplied by the tax rate for your assessment class and divided by 1,000.

Residential Tax Example

BC Assessment produces independent, uniform and efficient property assessments on an annual basis for all property owners in the province. To find out more details about how BC Assessment assesses and values property, or how their work relates to property taxation, please visit BC Assessment website. Click to view this video from BC Assessment.

For information regarding the assessed values on your property, please contact a BC Assessment advisor for further information. By phone, 1-866 valueBC (1-866-825-8322) or via their online email form.

Where Your Tax Dollors Go

Annual Operating Budget

The current year's Annual Financial Plan will be available around May each year.

Rates - Utilities and Property Taxes

See Rates page for details on the current year's utilities and property tax rates.



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