News from Kamloops

March 31, 2016

Going Paperless – The City Introduces eBilling

Kamloops, B.C. - Why leave your home to pay your property taxes or utility bills? Now, you can do the entire process online!

The first step is to sign up for MyCity, where you can access all of your City accounts online – from property tax information to utility account details. To get started visit Fill out the required prompts, and then validate your account with the opt-in email confirmation that we send you. Next, you’ll need your Utility Account Number or Folio Number, along with your access code from the top of your statement. Please note that you will require two separate access codes – one for your tax account, and one for your utility account.

You can now opt-in to eBilling. New for 2016, this service emails your property tax and/or your utility bills right to your inbox. Go paperless - no more printouts to manage, or waiting for a bill to show up in the mail. It’s practical, and good for the environment too.

For property taxes, you can apply for and claim your Homeowner’s Grant online at

Once that’s all finished, you can pay your taxes or bills through your financial institution’s online banking system.

Having trouble finding your information? Give the City a call at 250-828-3438 for utility account information or 250-828-3437 for tax account information.

Going paperless – it’s practical, it’s easy and it’s convenient. Access and pay your City accounts without ever having to leave the comfort of your home.

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Media Contact:
Parissa Bhullar, Revenue and Taxation Manager
City of Kamloops


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