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Property Taxes
Property tax is calculated and billed annually using the property's assessed value and the Council-approved property tax mill rate. Property taxes provide 28 per cent of the City’s annual operating budget, which funds a wide range of public services including water supply/distribution, policing and protective services, street maintenance, waste management and the operation of parks, among others.

Property tax notices are mailed in May and the deadline to provide property tax payment is June 30, 2016.

Payment Options:
Pre-authorized debit payments are arranged in advance. Agreements submitted will be effective in July of the following year. For example, residents who sign a PAD agreement in May 2016 will see payments being withdrawn starting in July of 2016 to make payments on your 2017 property taxes.

Payment can be made in person at City Hall, 4420-50 Ave., during regular business hours. After-hour payments can be made by submitting a cheque, with the tax roll number included, in the City Hall mail slot. Property owners can also pay their property taxes at their financial institution of choice. The City cannot process credit card payments, however they may be made using Plastiq, a third party service provider. For more information regarding this service, view information on main Finance page.

After June 30, 2016, penalties will be applied to outstanding property taxes.

Property Tax Department Responsibilities

  • Administration of property assessments and complaint process 
  • Administration of Local Improvements and special charges 
  • Billing and Collection of property taxes
  • Tax certificates 
  • Registration of liens on delinquent accounts 
  • Registration of mortgage information
  • Customer inquiries

How your assessment relates to your taxes 
Each year, Council approves the amount of revenue required to support City services. From this amount, sources of revenue other than property tax, such as business tax, license fees and provincial grants are subtracted. The balance is the amount raised by property taxes. 

 Tax rate =  City budgetary requirements
 assessed value of Lloydminster properties

How your share of property tax is calculated
Once the yearly tax rate is approved, your individual share of property tax is calculated by multiplying your property assessment by the tax rate.

What Does a Tax Dollar Do?
Learn more about what one tax dollar does- pdf. 

Online Property Assessment Information
Get your online property assessment HERE.

Property Tax Department Goals
Improve communication with our residents using new interactive website tools.   

Contact Us
Property Tax Clerk
Ph: 780-875-6184 Ext. 2124
Fx: 780-871-8345

Hours: 8:00 am to 5:00 pm