The government said in January that overall property value in the province has increased by 67 per cent over the last four years.
That's good news for property owners, but it also could have meant significant property tax increases.
Some property owners will still see their taxes go up because their assessment increased more than the average, but the education portion of the tax won't be a factor.
Both municipalities and the provincial government set property tax rates — the province sets the education portion to pay for kindergarten to Grade 12.
Premier Brad Wall cautions that the government may have to look at adjusting the education levy in the years ahead because of a growing population and increasing school enrolment.