Property owners in the Peace can expect their 2018 property assessment notices in the mail over the next few days.
In a release, BC Assessment says that northern BC property owners in general saw an increase in assessed values, though towns in the Peace saw mixed results. The average single-family dwelling in Chetwynd is worth $250,000, a decrease from the previous year of 2.9 per cent. Meanwhile, Dawson Creek single-family dwellings are worth $268,000 on average, an increase of 2.7 per cent over last year. Pouce Coupe dwellings also saw an increase, with values increasing 5.2 per cent for an average worth of $223,000. Fort St. John and Taylor single-family dwellings dipped nearly 5 per cent in values, to $369,000 and $320,000 respectively.
For a more details, visit the BC Assessment website at bcassessment.ca.