How to appeal:

You must file your appeal to the Board by April 30 following your appeal to the Property Assessment Review Panel.

There are three ways you can file your appeal:

  1. Electronically file through this website: Submit your appeal online

  2. Complete the assessment appeal form and send it to the Board via mail, fax, courier or personal delivery.

  3. Send your own letter of appeal to the Board via mail, fax, courier or personal delivery. Provide the same information as requested on the assessment appeal form.

Online Appeal Form

Deadline for filing an appeal is April 30:

  • If you are submitting your appeal online or are emailing or faxing it, you must complete and deliver the appeal to the Board before 12:00 midnight, April 30.

  • If you are mailing your appeal form or letter:
    it must be postmarked by Canada Post no later than April 30. If you are mailing your appeal close to the deadline, to be safe, we recommend you go into a Canada Post Office and request they postmark the envelope while you are there.

  • If you are couriering or delivering it personally: the appeal must be received at the Board's office no later than 4:30 p.m. April 30. (This is because you will not be able to access the office after normal business hours.)

Due to the COVID-19 situation and the health and safety of our office staff and the public we serve, the Property Assessment Appeal Board recommends that you file your appeal as follows rather than attend our office in person:

  1. Online, by clicking the Online Appeal Form button above.
  2. By mail, as long as it is deposited with Canada Post before April 30, 2021.
*Please file early for efficient processing of your appeal.

Payment of Appeal Fees:

You must pay an appeal fee of $30.00 for each assessment roll when you submit your appeal. If you submit your appeal online through this website, you can pay by Credit Card or mail a cheque. For all other options, you must mail a cheque to the Board. Make your cheque payable to the "Minister of Finance".

More Information:

For more details see the Information Sheet: How to File a Property Assessment Appeal

Residential Online Dispute Resolution:

If you are appealing a residential property you can use Online Dispute Resolution:

  • Chat room discussion during any hours
  • Online assistance to reach agreement
  • If not resolved, submit your case online for a decision

If interested, complete the online appeal form where we will invite you to participate. You can also contact the board to express your interest.

Online Appeal Form