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Property Assessment & Tax Tool

Welcome to the Property Assessment & Tax Tool  where you can:

  • look up your property's current and previous assessed value
  • find market area information
  • view your property's historical tax information
  • see a detailed breakdown of how the municipal portion of your property taxes are allocated to various civic services, many of which we all rely on everyday 
  • review  nearby property information
  • view your increased portion of property tax dollars - as a result of the 2017 Provincial Budget impact

The Province of Saskatchewan requires the City of Saskatoon to conduct a reassessment of all property types every four years. In 2017, a reassessment year, your property had its value reassessed and updated to reflect the assessed market value as of the base date of January 1, 2015. The last reassessment was conducted in 2013, and used a base date of January 1, 2011.  Your property's new assessment value will be used to calculate your taxes for the current year. Owners of properties with similar values pay similar taxes. 

Properties whose assessed values increased or decreased more than the average property within their tax class, will see tax changes as a result of a reassessment. The increase or decrease to your taxes as a result of reassessment is phased-in or spread over a term specific to your property class. i.e. for residential properties the phase-in term is two years.

File an appeal of your property assessment

Change or correct your school support

 

Using the Tax Tool

Slowly type the first few characters of your street name (e.g. Cla, 8th, Ave, 22nd). If the street exists it will auto-complete and then you should expect to see a dropdown where you can select your street. If you see the little spinner icon the system is busy retrieving your address from the database. By using this tool, you are agreeing with our Terms of Use policy.