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When do I receive my tax notice?
Tax notices are normally mailed in early May, and taxes are due June 30. The tax notice covers the period January 1 to December 31 of the current year. Taxes are calculated by using your property's annual assessed value (as indicated on the assessment notice you receive yearly) and applying the mill-rate that is approved by City Council each year.

If you have a mortgage on your property, and your mortgage company is responsible to pay property taxes on your behalf, the notification of taxes due is sent to the mortgage company. Once they have paid your property taxes, you will receive a copy of your tax notice, marked "paid by mortgage".

You can NOT appeal your taxes. The amount of your taxes is based on the assessment multiplied by the mill rate. The municipal mill rate is established by City Council and the education mill rate is established by the Provinces of Alberta and Saskatchewan. You may file a complaint regarding your assessment if you feel that the assessed property value, or some other information shown on your assessment notice, is incorrect.

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1. When do I receive my tax notice?
2. What is a mill rate?
3. Is there a break for Senior’s on Property Taxes?
4. Does everyone pay school tax?
5. What is the Seamless Education Levy?
6. How do I know which school division my taxes go to?
7. What is the Capital Levy?
8. Should I pay my taxes if I have filed an assessment complaint?
9. What is a Supplementary Tax Notice?
10. Will I get taxed when I purchase a city lot in the current year?
11. What if I don't get my tax notice?
12. What if I don't pay my taxes?
13. Can I make monthly payment for my taxes?
14. Can I pay my taxes with my credit card?