Taxes & Utilities
As in all municipalities, property taxes and utilities are the primary source of funding for the District of Squamish. Under the Community Charter, municipalities may recover part or all of the cost of providing services by levying taxes against properties. District staff and Council work diligently to ensure core services are maintained while supporting other important initiatives and service improvements the community wants and needs. It is of primary importance to us that residents receive good value for their tax dollar. Learn more about the 2014 budget.
- 2014 Tax Rate Bylaw
- 2014 Permissive Tax Exemptions Bylaw 2292, 2013 BCLSCD
- 2014 Permissive Tax Exemptions Bylaw 2292, 2013 ad
- Property Tax Deferment
- Permissive Tax Exemption Policy and Application Form
Permissive Tax Exemptions for 2015
The District of Squamish is currently accepting applications for Permissive Tax Exemption for 2015. The District of Squamish may, on a request by request basis support voluntary non-profit organizations by exemption land or improvements, or both from taxation under Section 224 of the community charter. If your organization is interested in applying for a Permissive Tax Exemption for 2015, please review the Policy, complete the application form and provide all necessary documents. Applications will be accepted on or before Friday, August 29. Click here to open the policy and application form.
Previous year successful applicants (from 2014) will be issued a letter reminding them of the policy.
Completed applications can be:
- Dropped off at Muncipal Hall: 37955 Second Avenue
- Mailed to: PO BOX 310 Squamish, BC, V8B 0A2
- Emailed to: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Faxed to: 604.892.1083