The July 4th deadline for property tax payments is fast approaching, plus Homeowner grants must be applied for before that deadline.

Property Tax Information 2022

The due date for all classes is Monday, July 4th.

A penalty of 10 percent is applied to outstanding current year taxes at the close of business on July 4, 2022. No Exceptions.

Customers who believe they did not receive their invoice by mail or email will have their address verified by a staff member. For Village purposes, once an invoice has been sent to its billing address it is considered to be received by the recipient.

Please note that the Village Office is located at 423 Davies Avenue and payments are accepted by debit card, cash, cheque or through Kootenay Savings Credit Union.

Credit Cards are Here!

Credit cards are now accepted by the Village. All credit card transactions are subject a 3% handling fee.

Using Online Banking

You can set the Village up as ‘payee’ using online banking.  For taxes you will need your roll number and, depending on your bank, you may have to add zeros at the beginning of the number  sequence to meet the number of numbers required by the bank.  For example – your roll # is 123456, bank requires 8 numbers, add two (2) zeros at the start so your number becomes: 00123456   If you have issues setting up a ‘payee’ please contact your bank directly for assistance.

If paying by e-Transfer at [email protected], please make the answer to the security question:  salmo2022

***When paying at the bank or through online banking please be aware that it can take 3 to 10 business days for your payment to be received at the Village Office. Payment must be received at the Village Office prior to the due date of July 4, 2022 for all classes.***

Home Owner Grant 2022

  • Since May 2021, the Home Owner Grant must be applied for online with the Province.
  • Municipalities are NO longer accepting applications. Program eligibility is unchanged.
  • In order to avoid penalties and interest, apply before the tax due date, starting May 2022.
  • Learn more

Important Information about the Homeowner Grant

If you are eligible for the Provincial Home Owner Grant, please ensure that the online application is completed prior to July 2, 2022 to avoid a penalty of 10% on the grant portion. Please note that the Home Owner Grant application must be completed each and every year in which you are eligible for the grant.  It is a very simple process, but if necessary

A penalty will be applied on the amount of the Home Owner Grant for any unclaimed, unsigned or incomplete applications, as this will be considered equivalent to unpaid taxes. To avoid the penalty on the Grant portion of your taxes, the Home Owner Grant must be claimed even if a payment on outstanding taxes is not made.