The centralized board of revision is another option for municipalities. Municipalities have the option to:
- Use the centralized board of revision if they are unable or unwilling to appoint their own certified board of revision; or
- Keep their own autonomy to:
- appoint their own certified board;
- join or form a district board of revision; or
- use a private service provider.
Regulations mandate that the centralized board of revision will only be deemed to be the board of revision for a municipality in cases where the municipality will otherwise not have a certified board.
View the most current list of certified boards of revision in Saskatchewan.
Duties of a Centralized Board of Revision
The centralized board of revision performs the functions of a local board of revision. The centralized board of revision hears and makes decisions on property assessment appeals at the first level of appeal.
A Guide for Municipalities is available to help municipal governments understand the role and responsibilities of the centralized board of revision in the first level of property assessment appeals.
ADR Institute of Saskatchewan Inc. serves as the centralized board of revision. ADR is a third-party provider which is a non-profit organization that builds Saskatchewan's capacity for alternative and appropriate dispute resolution (hence the “ADR” acronym) by providing leadership, education, and advocacy.
For More Information
Municipalities wishing to appoint a centralized board of revision should contact the board directly:
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Phone: 306-528-2131