By legislation, regional districts do not issue tax notices or collect property taxes. The Province of BC's Surveyor of Taxes office issues tax notices for rural areas. Payment of property taxes for properties in the unincorporated areas of the RDFFG must be made to the Province.
For information on how to pay your property taxes, contact the Surveyor of Taxes or Service BC.
Please contact BC Assessment at 1-866-825-8322. For further contact information please see the BC Assessment website.
Please see Accounts Receivable for payment information.
Send an email to email@example.com requesting the change, i.e. add/change license plate numbers, change of company name, contact information, etc.
Utilities are billed on a semi-annual basis for various water and sewer services operated by the Regional District of Fraser-Fort George for areas that are not within a municipal boundary, including the following:
Water: Azu, Bear Lake and Blackburn*
Sewer: Bendixon, Buckhorn, Summit Lake (Adams Road and Tallus Road), Tabor Lake and West Lake.
*Blackburn is an exception as it is within the City of Prince George, however, the Regional District operates the water system.
If you are a lawyer or notary public conducting a conveyance on a property in the Regional District and require information regarding utility billings, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line "Utility Billing Information Request" and include the following information:
By legislation, regional districts do not issue tax notices or collect property taxes. The Province of BC's Surveyor of Taxes office issues tax notices for rural areas. Payment of property taxes for properties in the unincorporated areas of the Regional District must be made to the Province. The Surveyor of Taxes maintains the tax records for rural properties.
Please note that a single mill tax rate is not used to determine property taxes as each individual property receives varying services depending on its location within the Regional District, therefore, multiple rates are used to determine the amount of property taxes to be levied.