• Jul 29, 2020

    Update on property tax payments during
    COVID-19

    Most property owners in Campbell River paid their property taxes by the July 2 due date. Nearly one quarter of those who’ve already paid did so in person at City Hall – with two per cent using the City’s new drive-through service.

    “The finance department at City Hall was very busy collecting property taxes over the last few weeks of June,” says Dennis Brodie, the City’s financial planning officer. “While nearly 40 per cent of people paid online, 24 per cent of people came to City Hall to pay in person.” (See complete breakdown of payment methods on chart.)

    Brodie says COVID-19 made property tax collection challenging, and thanks people for their patience and for following the new safety directions. Read more...

Update on property tax payments during <br>COVID-19

by Tanya Wood | Jul 29, 2020

Most property owners in Campbell River paid their property taxes by the July 2 due date. Nearly one quarter of those who’ve already paid did so in person at City Hall – with two per cent using the City’s new drive-through service.

“The finance department at City Hall was very busy collecting property taxes over the last few weeks of June,” says Dennis Brodie, the City’s financial planning officer. “While nearly 40 per cent of people paid online, 24 per cent of people came to City Hall to pay in person.” (See complete breakdown of payment methods on chart.)

Brodie says COVID-19 made property tax collection challenging, and thanks people for their patience and for following the new safety directions. Read more...