May 22, 2018
Edmonton property owners will see their 2018 property tax notices arrive in mailboxes shortly, as notices were mailed out today.
“The City of Edmonton offers
to pay your property taxes,” said Rod Risling, Branch Manager of Assessment and Taxation. “This includes telephone or online banking, in-person at the Edmonton Service Centre in Edmonton Tower, cheque by mail or pre-authorized payments using the City’s
Monthly Payment Plan
A typical single-family home, assessed at $399,500, will pay $3,470 in property taxes this year, an increase of $62 a year or $5 a month compared to last year. Seventy per cent or $2,476 will help pay for municipal programs and services and 30 per cent or $994 will go directly to the Government of Alberta’s education fund.
Property owners who do not receive their City of Edmonton property tax notice by the second week of June can request a
online or contact the City at 311. Property owners cannot file a formal complaint against property tax notices. The deadline for payment is June 30, 2018.
“Property taxes help fund the exceptional and wide range of City programs and services Edmontonians enjoy every day,” Risling says. “This includes more than 80 valuable services like police and fire rescue, public transit, road maintenance, libraries, recreational facilities, parks and playgrounds.”