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Property tax notices in the mail for West Kelowna residents

The deadline to pay is 4:30 p.m. Tuesday, July 4 to avoid a 10 per cent late penalty
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Council unanimously adopted the 2023 budget and five-year financial plan, which included an increase of five per cent for municipal taxes. (Black Press file photo)

West Kelowna property owners will receive their tax notices starting this week (May 29).

Those who have registered for e-billing have received their notices by email.

The City of West Kelowna encourages property owners to pay their taxes and claim Home Owner Grants (HOG) through the province by 4:30 p.m. Tuesday, July 4 to avoid the 10 per cent late penalty.

Property owners must separately claim the HOG province before the deadline.

Taxes can be paid through a bank, online, and in person. The city reminds residents that Monday, July 3 is the Canada Day statutory holiday and municipal offices will be closed.

Council unanimously adopted the 2023 budget and five-year financial plan, which included an increase of five per cent for municipal taxes.

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