2021 Revaluation

Provincial legislation requires us to reassess your property every four years. The Saskatchewan Assessment Management Agency is constantly working to ensure your assessment is up-to-date, accurate and fair. This helps us keep your property taxes in line with other properties that are similar to yours.

Your new assessment reflects property values as of January 1, 2019, and will be used to calculate your property taxes for the next four years. 

 What does this mean for my property

It means that the assessed value of your property will most likely change. Since we calculate your property taxes using this value your taxes will change as well. Once budget and tax policy is completed in April or May we will know how this change will affect your taxes.

What is revenue neutral

The city does not receive more money as a result of the new values, as we are revenue neutral. In other words we receive the same tax revenue regardless of the change in the total assessed value.

To make this happen we increase or decrease our mill rate to offset the new values. Some property taxes will increase and some will decrease. This depends on how much your property value changed compared to other properties.

 Revaluation Timeline
  • Notice of Assessment - To be determined
  • Period to appeal assessment - 60 days
  • Council determines Tax Policy - Early 2021
  • 2021 Property Tax Notices - May 2021
When will I know how it impacts property taxes

Property tax rates will be finalized in April or May 2021 when the budget and revaluation changes are complete.

Watch for your Property Tax Notice in May 2021.

 Appealing your assessment

If you feel there is an error in your assessment as a result of the revaluation contact the Saskatchewan Assessment Management Agency at 306-786-1370. Most assessment related questions can be resolved by speaking with an assessor.

If you still think there is an error, you can file an appeal with the Board of Revision.