Chauvin is a thriving community populated with rich agricultural farmland and a robust oilfield industry. Explore the history of the community through a walking tour of several historical landmarks and plan a tour of the Museum housed in the former schoolhouse. (Pick up the brochure at the village office on mainstreet).
Drop in for the sports or large events taking place at the Repsol Community Centre which has a modernized hockey arena, three sheet curling ice and Community Hall.
Chauvin offers residents and visitors a full range of products and services plus some unique businesses too. Stay at Chauvin’s fully serviced Kings Park Campground or nearby enjoy the outdoors at Dillberry Lake Prov. Park. Have your photo taken with Chauvin's roadside attraction, the World's Largest Softball.
WELCOME TO THE HOME OF THE WORLD'S LARGEST SOFTBALL, CHAUVIN!
PROPERTY ASSESSMENT 2020
The Village of Chauvin 2020 Assessment Roll will be open to the public
from May 13, 2020 to July 13, 2020. Anyone wishing to view the roll
can do so at the Village Office during regular office hours.
Residents Please Note:
Combined Notices will be mailed on
May 4, 2020
The final date for assessment appeal is
July 13, 2020
Taxes are due August 13, 2020
(excepting those who are on the monthly payment program)
Penalties will be applied on August 24, 2020 (10% on current year) and
January 1, 2021 (18% on all outstanding taxes).
All residents are to abide by the Water Restrictions and Schedule, effective immediately.
Odd Numbered houses -
water on 0dd calendar days
Even Numbered houses -
water on even calendar days
During the following hours only:
Mornings – 6:00 a.m. – 10:00 a.m.
Evenings – 5:00 p.m. – 10:00 p.m.
*Please adhere to this restriction in order to ensure water availability in case of an emergency.*
VILLAGE OF CHAUVIN TAX DEFFERAL
COVID-19 has caused hardship for all property owners. The province required municipalities choose between a deferral of non-residential education property taxes until September 30th (in our case, a three month deferral) or a combination of non-residential education and municipal taxes that is effectively equivalent. Both of these options excluded residential properties.
Council chose the latter and in fairness to all taxpayers, has deferred the due date of all 2020 property taxes (residential and non-residential) to August 13, 2020 .
This option exceeds the provincial requirements.
TAX NOTICES WERE MAILED ON MAY 4, 2020