The City of Moose Jaw is reminding residential property owners that the deadline to pay their 2022 property taxes is June 30.  

City Council finalized its 2022 Property Tax By-law that involved a 5.45 per cent mill rate increase, which included a 3.8 per cent rise for City of Moose Jaw programs and services, and an additional 1.6 per cent jump for the Moose Jaw Police Service operations. The mill rate increase was initially approved in December during 2022 budget deliberations. 

Now, with the property tax increase, the average single-family residential home will jump up to $1,571.69, which is broken down below: 

  • $6.76/mth; $81.12/yr. Overall  

  • $2.00/mth.; $24.00/yr. Moose Jaw Police Service  

  • $4.76/mth.; $57.12/yr. City Services 

The city also says that by paying by June 30, residents will avoid a late payment surcharge. They add that there are various payment options avaliable: 

  • Payments through the Tax Installment Payment Plan Service (TIPPS) 

  • Payments made in person, online or by telephone banking via your financial instituion 

  • Use the drop box in front of City Hall that is available 24 hours a day (cheques only) 

  • Mail the payment to City Hall: 228 Main St. North, Moose Jaw, SK, S6H 3J8 (no late payment charges if postmarked by June 30, 2022) 

  • Online with your credit card (through a third-party service provider). Click here for more details on making credit card payments.