The projected increase is slightly higher than the average annual tax hike of 2.6 per cent between 2009 and this year. FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE April 07, 2020 West Kelowna Council has reduced the proposed tax increase from 4.8 per cent to 2.8 per cent in order to provide relief â¦ Property owners in West Kelowna can expect a three per cent municipal tax increase next year, according to a provisional 2019 city budget. Kelowna city council has reached an agreement on a provisional budget for 2021. Kelowna taxpayers are looking at a four per cent municipal tax increase in 2021. ... West Kelowna wine shop, restaurant closed temporarily due to COVID-19 case. A five per cent tax increase, proposed by Princeton council in the 2021 budget, will cost the average homeowner $30 a year, according to James Graham, chief financial officer. It can take 40 to 60 seconds for the electronic Property Tax Notice to open depending on your browser and internet speed. Share on Facebook West Kelowna posted Apr 8, 2020 @ 06:20am by Iain Burns City of West Kelowna cuts tax increase in bid to help residents during COVID-19 crisis City of West Kelowna proposes 4.8% tax increase for 2020 Tax increase will generate $2.3 million more in revenue in comparison to 2019 budget, city says Dec. 9, 2019 12:00 a.m. The City of West Kelowna is cutting the 2020 tax increase almost in half in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, which has thrown many people out of work and forced many businesses to close their doors. âWhen you put it in terms of a per cent it sounds scaryâ¦But itâs about $2.50 a month,â he said in an interview with The Spotlight. A 4.75 percent increase in taxes is proposed in the city of West Kelowna. That means homeowners will pay on average an extra $85 dollars next year, depending on your property assessment. West Kelowna approves lower tax increase and waives interest for utility bills through 2020 to lessen the financial burden during COVID-19 West Kelowna Council has reduced the proposed tax increase from 4.8 per cent to 2.8 per cent in order to provide relief to residents and businesses facing financial hardships due to COVID-19. After hours and hours of review, council has pared down the projected property tax increase from 4.27% to 4.04%. Princeton ratepayers will face a five per cent tax increase in 2021, if a draft budget presented to council at its Nov. 16 meeting receives final approval. Property Tax I accept Terms and Conditions The municipality also waived interest on utility bills through 2020 The mayor and council are currently debating the 2021-2025 financial plan at a City council on Thursday pared the hike slightly from the 4.3% that was proposed by municipal managers.
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