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Dec 01, 2016If the municipality may need a revenue anticipation bylaw, this should be done before year end to ensure any overdrafts in the New Year would be covered.[177 CC]
Dec 01, 2016Advertise schedule of Council meetings before end of year.
Dec 01, 2016Regional District boards must elect a Chair and Vice Chair at the first meeting after December 1st.[792(1) LGA]
Dec 01, 2016Each municipality and regional district represented on a library board must pay its share of budget in equal installments on March 1, June 1, September 1 and December 1 of each year.25(5) LA]
Dec 07, 2016Refer to the Police Tax Regulation for the remittance due dates for the months of July, August, September, October, and November.[4 PTR]
Dec 07, 2016Refer to the School Tax Remitting Regulation for the monthly due dates for the balance of tax remittances, for the months of July, August, September, October, and November.[4 STRR]
Dec 15, 2016Where a municipality is collecting taxes for a regional transit commission, it shall on or before the 15th day of each calendar month, pay to British Columbia Transit all of those taxes collected during the preceding calendar month.[17 BCTR]
Dec 27, 2016Service of notice to registered owners and charge holders of property sold at tax sale in September must be confirmed on or before this date. (The final day for notice is no later than three months after the sale of the property at the tax sale.)[254 CC; 414 LGA]
Dec 30, 2016Last day to provide notice of intent to the Inspector and the Assessment Commissioner for an assessment averaging or phasing bylaw. Notice is to be provided before January 1 of the year the bylaw is to take effect. [198 CC; 5 AAPR]
Dec 30, 2016In each year in which a regional transit commission prescribes taxes, the municipality or the Surveyor of Taxes must pay to the authority (a) installments and (b) by December 31 of the year that the taxes were prescribed, all of the taxes prescribed, whether or not the municipality has collected them. [16(1)-(3), BCTA]
Dec 30, 2016Last business date upon which the owner of an eligible property may file an application for land tax deferment with the collector of taxes for the municipality.[12 LTDA]
Dec 30, 2016On or before December 31 in each year, local governments must remit to the Agricultural Land Commission a portion of application fees received under the Agricultural Land Commission Act.[35(1)(b) ALCA; 33(3) ALRR]
Dec 30, 2016On or before December 31 in each year, local governments that operate facilities or provide services under the Cremation, Internment and Funeral Services Act must deposit to care funds any monies collected for those funds.[29 CIFSA, 22(4) CIFSR]
Dec 30, 2016In each year in which the South Coast BC Transportation Authority assesses taxes, affected municipalities must pay to the authority by December 31 of the year for which the taxes are assessed, the balance of the assessed taxes not paid to the Authority by August 1, whether or not all of the assessed taxes have been collected.[26(2) SCBCTAA]
Dec 31, 2016Applications for Home Owner Grant must be made before January 1 of the next year. Extension application available - HOG available for up to 1 year after December 31. Applications for low-income and veteran supplements must also be made on or before December 31 of the subsequent tax year.[8 HOGA, 12 HOGR]
Dec 31, 2016Collector notes land and improvements that now have taxes in arrear/delinquent, and other fees and amounts not paid on or before December 31 are deemed to be taxes in arrears.[245, 246, 258 CC]
Dec 31, 2016If the fees and charges imposed by regional districts for works and services provided to land or improvements, and fees for fire and security alarms, are unpaid on December 31, 2016, they are deemed to be taxes in arrears on December 31.[363.2 LGA]
Dec 31, 2016Monthly reports to: Canada Customs and Revenue Agency for GST/HST; Statistics Canada for building permits; Health Authority for water quality testing.
AA
Assessment Act
HOGA
Home Owner Grant Act
AAA
Assessment Authority Act
HOGR
Home Owner Grant Regulation
ALCA
Agricultural Land Commission Act
IRR
Interest Rates Under Various Statutes Regulation
AAPR
Assessment Averaging and Phasing Regulation
LA
Library Act
ALRR
Agricultural Land Reserve, ;Use, Subdivision and Procedures Regulation
LGA
Local Government Act
BCTA
BC Transit Act
LTDA
Land Tax Deferment Act
BCTR
BC Transit Regulation
MFAA
Municipal Finance Authority Act
CC
Community Charter
MHA
Manufactured Home Act
CIFSA
Cremation, Internment and Funeral Services Act
MHTA
Manufactured Home Tax Act
CIFSR
Cremation, Internment and Funeral Services Regulation
MTR
Municipal Tax Regulation
EA
Expropriation Act
MWR
Municipal Wastewater Regulation
EMA
Environmental Management Act
PA
Police Act
FDA
Financial Disclosure Act
PTR
Police Tax Regulation
FIA
Financial Information Act
SA
School Act
FWA
Fireworks Act
SCBCTAA
South Coast BC Transportation Authority Act
HDA
Hospital District Act
STRR
School Tax Remitting Regulation
HDAR
Hospital District Act Regulation
WCA
Weed Control Act