About Your Taxes

In Alberta communities, residents pay taxes for municipal services (i.e. roads, libraries, policing, etc.) based on the value of their property. 

How Your Taxes are Calculated:

The Tax Rate Bylaw is passed each year in May following the budget and the tax rate is set. 

The tax rate is the City's tax requirement divided by the total assessed value in the community. To determine each property's fair share, the assessed value of a property is multiplied by that year's Tax Rate (Individual property taxes = Property's Assessed Value x Tax Rate.)

Example: $478,238 (property assessment) x 5.379672 (municipal tax rate) ÷ 1000 = $2,573 annual municipal taxes

Learn about the 2019 tax decrease

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 Assessment Information


Using Webmap: Once the map opens, click 'searches' on the top left hand side. Select your street and house number and click search. Click on your highlighted property and you can view your assessment reports by year). More detailed instructions are available in our Webmap User Instructions. Note: Google Chrome is required for the Webmap.

About your Taxes


Non Profit Tax Exemption Information

Paying your Taxes


City Financial Information


Important Dates:

  • May: Assessment Complaints are due. Click here to learn more about the Assessment Complaints process.
  • Tax Notices are sent to residents. Check out our "How to Read Your Tax Notice" for more information.
July 31
  • Taxes are due (unless you are enrolled in the TIPP program)
December 31

Contact Information

Tax Clerk: Email 
P: (403) 207-7057