Permissive tax

The City of Rossland is accepting applications for 2014 permissive tax exemption and the 2014 revitalization tax exemption program.

The City of Rossland is accepting applications for 2014 permissive tax exemption and the 2014 revitalization tax exemption program.

In order to qualify for permissive tax exempt status, all of the following criteria must be met:

• Must be a registered charity or non-profit society;

• Is the registered owner of the property or a tenant under a lease requiring taxes be paid directly to the City of Rossland;

• Must qualify for an exemption under the provisions of the Community Charter (Part 7, Division 7, Section 224).

The revitalization tax exemption program is meant to encourage investment and revitalization of certain properties in order to stimulate the Rossland economic climate.

In order to qualify for revitalization tax exemption, check out the criteria online at http://www.rossland.ca/home.

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