Property tax bills are generated at the end of July and reminder notices will be sent out periodically through out the calendar year. Current year taxes are due on September 1st of each year. Interest will be applied to outstanding balances at the end of each month. Our tax year runs from April 1st- March 31stwith one annual billing.
Property Assessment Information
Property Valuation Services Corporation (PVSC) is a not-for-profit organization responsible for assessing all property in Nova Scotia as mandated under the Nova Scotia Assessment Act.
We have approximately 140 employees in seven offices across Nova Scotia. Every year we generate property information that is used by municipalities, property owners and other stakeholders. Our major activities include:
Provision of annual assessment roll to 50 municipalities
Production of approximately 600,000 assessment notices to property owners
Administration of the property assessment appeal process
Water utility sends bills quarterly (four bills a year) and are typically invoiced in the following months:
If you have not received one by than please contact the Utility Clerk at 902-684-3211. Water bills are due when rendered and interest is applied 30 days after the invoice date to outstanding accounts. Utility shut off notices are sent to those accounts which remain unpaid after 30 days. After 40 days from the invoice date, a suspension of service (water shutoff) will occur if the bill remains unpaid. A $50 suspension of service fee may apply.
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