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Welcome To St. John's

St. John’s is the capital city of the province of Newfoundland and Labrador and is located on the top of the Avalon Peninsula on the island of Newfoundland. 

There are a number of different areas and neighbourhoods in St. John’s – Downtown, Galway, East End/Clovelly, West End/Cowan Heights, Center City, Airport Heights, Southlands, Kenmount Terrace, Brookfield Planes, Shea Heights, Goulds and Kilbride. If you are relocating to St. John’s you may find my area guide helpful when narrowing down your home search.  I am also able to set up a custom home search for you based on area, school zone, price, plus more.

 

Download my St. John's Area Guide

There are a number of different areas and neighbourhoods in St. John’s.  This guide provides a quick overview and some of the unique features and benefits of each area.  If you are new to St. John’s this will be a great resource for you!

Boundaries

St. John’s is located on the North East of the Avalon Peninsula on the island of Newfoundland. Neighbouring municipalities include: Mount Peal, Paradise, Conception Bay South, Portugal Cove-St. Phillips, Torbay, Logy Bay-Middle Cove-Outer Cove, Petty Harbour-Maddox Cove and Bay Bulls.

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Schools

PRIMARY, ELEMENTARY & HIGH SCHOOL

To find out what public school you are zoned for, you can enter in your address and your grade level into the Newfoundland and Labrador English School District linked here:  WHICH SCHOOL DO I ATTEND?

POST SECONDARY SCHOOL

What are my Property Taxes

If you are moving to St. John’s and would like to know what that taxes on your property taxes would be, here is how you can calculate them:

  • Step 1: Find out how much your property is assessed for by the city on their online Property Assessment Search
  • Step 2: Find out what your mil rate would be for the current tax year, this information is available online under Residential Tax Rates
  • Step 3: Multiply your assessed property value * your mil rate / 1000
  • Step 4: If applicable, add in your water tax per residential unit. Also, found on the city website here.
If you need help calculating your property tax, give me a call, I would be happy to help!

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