Moose Jaw property tax no longer increasing in 2020
Moose Jaw City Hall is shown in this photo. (Marc Smith / CTV News Regina)
MOOSE JAW -- Property taxes in Moose Jaw will no longer change this year, after city council approved a zero per cent tax increase for 2020 during a meeting on Monday.
Originally approved in December, the 2020 Operating Budget included a 2.3 per cent property tax increase.
Now, city council has voted not to increase the tax at all, due to the impact felt by COVID-19.
Property tax notices are expected to be delivered to residents in the mail by June 30, 2020.