2022 Property Tax Notice - Back Page
Updated June 1, 2022
The back page of the 2022 Property Tax Notice has a lot of important information, but we know the small font can make it hard to read. This is the same information in a size that is easier on the eyes.
Your 2022 Property Tax Notices Have Been Mailed
Updated June 1, 2022
2022 Property Tax Notices have been mailed out and you should be receiving them this week – June 10th at the latest. If you don’t receive your notice by then, please contact us for a copy or download it from MyCity.
Inside the 2022 Tax Notice envelope is your 2022 Property Tax Notice and two important inserts – one contains information on how your tax dollars are spent and Council’s 2022 Strategic Plan Update. The other is a postcard with information on the Parks, Recreation & Culture Master Plan process that’s currently underway and a reminder about the Local Election happening in October.
2022 Council Strategic Plan Update / How Your Tax Dollars Are Spent.pdf
2022 Municipal Election Info / Parks Master Plan.pdf
Claim your 2022 Home Owner Grant Now
Updated May 26, 2022
If eligible, you can now claim your 2022 Home Owner Grant at gov.bc.ca/homeownergrant.
What you need:
- City of Maple Ridge Jurisdiction Number: 312
- Roll Number: see your tax notice, your roll number is your folio number OR visit the BC Assessment property search website
- Alternatively, search by your property address
- Your Social Insurance Number (SIN)
Important: Please claim by July 4, 2022 to avoid a late filing penalty.
2022 Property Tax Levy Summary
Quarter 1 2022 (January 1 - March 31) Metered Water Due Date is June 2, 2022
Farm Classification Deadline is October 31, 2022
Updated February 9, 2022
Owners of land, who want all or part of it classified as farm, must apply to BC Assessment. Please see their guide and download the application forms BC Assessment Farm Status Application
2022 Property Tax Estimator Now Available
Updated January 10, 2022
We are pleased to announce the 2022 Property Tax Estimator is now available. Estimate your residential 2022 Property Taxes that will be due July 4, 2022.
Home Owner Grant Threshold Increased for 2022
Updated January 5, 2022
The provincial government has set the 2022 Home Owner Grant threshold to $1,975,000. For more information visit the BC Government News website.
BC Assessment Notices
Updated January 4, 2022
All BC Assessment Notices have been mailed out for Maple Ridge. The information is also available on-line on the BC Assessment Authority Website. The 2022 assessment values are based on the value of the property as of July 1, 2021. For more information visit the BC Assessment website.
January 31, 2022 is the deadline to appeal your 2022 Property Assessment.
2022 Property Taxes Due July 4, 2022
Updated January 10, 2022
2022 Property Taxes are due Monday, July 4, 2022. A 5% penalty will be applied to any 2022 property tax balance outstanding on July 5, 2022. An additional 5% penalty will be applied to any outstanding 2022 Property Tax balance on September 2, 2022. Please note, this includes any balance outstanding due to an unclaimed Home Owner Grant (if eligible).
2022 Property Tax Sale Auction
B.C.’s Homeowner Grant Centralization
Updated May 6, 2021
B.C. municipalities (including Maple Ridge) are no longer accepting home owner grant applications. All property owners must now claim their home owner grants with the Province.
How to apply?
- Apply online at gov.bc.ca/homeownergrant
- Call 1-888-355-2700, Monday to Friday 8.30am to 5pm
It is quick, easy and secure. Be sure to have your social insurance number, jurisdiction number for Maple Ridge (312) and your folio / roll number (found on your property tax notice).
2021 Property Tax Notice - Back Page
Updated April 29 2021
The back page of the 2021 Property Tax Notice has a lot of important information, but we know the small font can make it hard to read. This is the same information in a size that is easier on the eyes.
Payments Must be Received by the Due Date
Updated April 19, 2021
Property tax and utility payments must be received by the due date, in our office, to be considered on time.
It is your responsibility to make payments early enough so that we receive them on time. Payments received after midnight on the due date will be considered late. Postmarks are not accepted as proof of on-time payment.
All Deferment Applications must be Submitted Online through the Service BC Provincial Website
Updated May 22, 2020
Renewal and New Deferment applications will not be accepted or given out at Maple Ridge City Hall. All deferment applications must be submitted on-line through the Service BC Website.
Remember you will still need to:
- Claim your Home Owner Grant and
- Pay the Total Utility Services amount to the City of Maple Ridge