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Filing an assessment complaint

Steps to file an assessment complaint:

1

Review your property details

All property details can be viewed by contacting the Assessment Department or online.

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Ensure the following details are correct:

  • Name, address, and school support
    Contact the Taxation department to correct any account information at 403.948.8856 or taxation@airdrie.ca 
  • Ensure the 'Property use' correctly describes your property
    • Assessment Class describes what classification your property is categorized as (residential, farmland, non-residential)
    • Property Type is the land and the improvement (building on the land) that creates your assessed value
2

Contact an Assessor

If you suspect an error, contact the Assessment Department to discuss your concerns with an Assessor.

3

Filing a complaint

If the Assessment Department is not able to resolve your concern, you have the right to file a formal complaint against your assessment with the Assessment Review Board (ARB).

An assessment complaint is not an appeal for lower taxes.

*If you have filed a complaint, you must pay your taxes by the due date to avoid penalties. Taxes are due at the end of June*

Key dates

The Assessment Review Board Clerk must receive your written complaint no later than the date specified on your notice.

A copy of the Property Assessment Complaint form is available on the Municipal Affairs website.