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Splatsin is one of 164 taxing First Nations in B.C. Similar to a municipality, Splatsin issues annual tax notices and collects property taxes on reserve lands. This tax revenue enables Splatsin to provide services and improved infrastructure to the community.
January 1: BC Assessments notices are mailed out. Questions? Contact BC Assessment at 1-866-825-8322.
January 31: Appeals. If you wish to appeal your assessment you must do so by this date here.
July: Splatsin tax notices are mailed out. Should you not receive your notice by the end of July, contact Band Administration.
August 2: Taxes are due and payable. Payments can be made in-person by appointment only at the Splatsin Administrative Office via cheque or cash, or by mail via cheque.
August 2: Splatsin Home Owner Grant application is due. Applications must be received before the deadline. See your property tax notice for details and how to submit it online.
Unpaid tax debt accrues interest each day that it remains unpaid at a rate of 15% per year.
Splatsin provides a grant to residential taxpayers similar to the grant operated by the Province of British Columbia.
If your address has changed, complete this form and return it to the Administration Office in-person, by mail or by email.
Has your address changed since 2018? Complete the Splatsin Notification of Changes Form and return it to the Administration Building by hand, mail or email.
The review process provides options to have your property assessment concerns addressed. If you have concerns about your property assessment, you may discuss them with BC Assessment prior to filing a complaint. Learn more at BC Assessment.
Administration Building5775 Old Vernon RoadEnderby, B.C.V0E 1V3
Phone: (250) 838-6496 ext. 710