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City encourages other payment options during postal dispute

With no mail service during the job action at Canada Post, the City of Kelowna wants to alert residents about other ways to pay bills, monitor accounts, or receive payment for services.

With property taxes due July 4, the lineup at City Hall is expected to get longer during the next two weeks. Residents can avoid the lineup by making arrangements with their financial institutions for online or in-person payment.

Residents can claim their Home Owner Grant online at kelowna.ca/propertytax by clicking on Claim Your Home Owner Grant and following the instructions. They’ll need their property tax notice to complete the application.

Customers who prefer to pay property taxes by cheque can use the City Hall drop boxes at the Water Street entrance or the Doyle Avenue parking lot exit.

Another drop box at Parkinson Recreation Centre is also available.

Additional questions about property tax payments can be directed to 250-469-8757 or email revenue@kelowna.ca.

 

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