Important Information for the 2022 Customer Review Period:
- With high call volumes and resource restrictions our phone systems are programmed for voicemail only. Inquiries will be answered in the order they were received. Thank you for your patience.
- Due to processing delay at the Province of Alberta Land Titles Office, recent ownership and mailing address changes may not be reflected on Assessment Notices and Tax Bills. If you are affected by this delay and need a copy of your Assessment Notice we are requesting proof of ownership.
What is a property assessment?
Determined on an annual basis, a property assessment is an estimate of the market value of your property as of July 1 of the previous year and the property’s physical condition as of Dec. 31. Property assessments are used to distribute the total community tax fairly and equitably as provisioned by the Municipal Government Act
Key Assessment Dates
Property assessment notices are mailed each January. Sending assessment notices in advance of property tax notices allows owners 60 days to review the value and details of their property and raise any concern they may have before taxes are calculated.
|January 20, 2022||Property assessment notices mailed|
|January 28, 2022||Notice of assessment date|
|January 28 - March 29, 2022||60 day customer review period|
|March 29, 2022||Assessment complaint due date|
|April/May 2022||City Council sets tax rates|
|May 27, 2022||Property tax notices mailed|
|June 30, 2022||Property taxes due|
|September 28, 2022||Supplementary assessments mailed|
|October 31, 2022||Supplementary taxes due|
How assessment and taxation work video