In January, property assessment notices are mailed annually to property owners throughout the province from BC Assessment, an independent agency created by the Provincial Government for the purpose of valuing all properties in BC for taxation purposes. Your assessment notice estimates the market value of your property as of July
Monthly archive for April 2019
DUNCAN – City Council will consider adoption of the 2019 Tax Rates Bylaw and Financial Plan on Monday, May 6, 2019. Council and staff have worked diligently to keep the overall increase in taxes collected as low as possible at 2.9%, while maintaining existing City service levels as chosen by
City of Duncan Council will hold a Public Hearing at 5:30 pm on Monday, May 6, 2019 to allow Council to receive public input on Bylaw No. 3193, 2019, which proposes to amend "Official Community Plan Bylaw No. 2030, 2007” to modify Temporary Use Permit length from up to two
Have you ever considered how much plastic you use in a day? Take a tally one day and you may be thoroughly surprised. From the time you wake up in the morning plastic is in our lives: toothbrush, makeup kits, shampoo bottles, razors, lunch baggies, bottled water and more.
In order to prevent clogging pipes, please do not flush disposable wipes! The label may say “flushable” but disposable wipes are to be disposed of in a garbage can. These wipes can clog sewer lines, and other equipment such as pumps can be damaged or lessen their lifespan, which