- City Services
Finance Hours: Available by phone: 250-837-2161 or email, Monday-Friday 8:30am-4:30pm (closed Statutory Holidays).
Public Drop-In Hours: 12-3pm - Monday to Friday (closed Statutory Holidays)
- A special flow of traffic to support physical distancing has been implemented.
Appointments: 9-11am - Monday to Friday (closed Statutory Holidays)
- For those who are elderly, have a lack of mobility or compromised immune systems. Call 250-837-2161 to book a date and time.
Please respect all markers and signage at City facilities regarding physical distancing and best practices for reducing the spread of COVID-19.
We thank you for your patience and understanding.
PROPERTY TAXES 2020
Payment Details: Property tax notices have now been sent out in the mail to property owners. Property taxes are due Sept 2, 2020.
You can pay Property Taxes via online banking through TD, Scotiabank, RBC, CIBC, BMO, and Revelstoke Credit Union.
Payments Methods: Property taxes and other payments can be made in-person, during the above noted drop-in hours. Payment is acceptable via debit (limits apply), cheque, credit (no credit for Property Taxes or Utilities) or cash but we ask that the online/distancing options are considered first and physical payments/cash last. Cheques can also be dropped off in the new secure drop box outside the Finance Department at City Hall (no cash, please) or mailed to: City Hall at PO. Box 170, Revelstoke, BC, V0E 2S0.
Sign up for paperless notification of property taxes, utilities, business license renewals, accounts receivable, and cash receipts.
Return signed consent forms via email
City of Revelstoke
PO Box 170,
or in person: City Hall - 216 MacKenzie Ave
To offer some financial relief for Revelstoke’s business community during the
COVID-19 pandemic, Council has approved an amendment to the commercial utility bylaws (Utility Billing Due Date Amendment Bylaw No. 2262) which changes the second quarter payment due date from April 30 to two equal payments
due July 31 and October 31, 2020. For inquiries, please contact the Finance Department at: 250-837-2161
The Finance and Information Technology (IT) Department is responsible for the financial management of the municipality and ensures that statutory requirements relating to finance are carried out.
The department's functions include:
- Accounts payable and receivable
- Collection of fees for:
- Financial investments
- Management of the cemetery database
- Preparation of budgets and the annual financial plan
- Property taxes and utility billing
- Risk management and insurance
The department strives to provide timely and accurate financial information to facilitate the decision-making needs of the City Council, senior management, and external stakeholders.
The department also provides IT services such as:
- A wide-area network that links municipal facilities
- Managing computer systems, equipment, and software applications
- Support services for users