Property Tax Payment Information

Property Tax Monthly Installment Payment Plan

You can arrange for a monthly tax installment payment program by providing monthly post-dated cheques held at the Village Office. To qualify, all prior years taxes must be paid in full by December 31st of the prior year. Commencement in the monthly installment payment plan can only begin in January. For more details contact the Village Office.

Cheques not honoured by your financial institution will be subject to applicable charges and may result in termination of the plan.

Other Payment Method

Payment of property taxes can be made online through the following financial institutions: Encompass Credit Union, Alberta Treasury Branch and Bank of Montreal. 

Property Tax Bills

Property tax and assessment notices will be mailed in June, with a payment deadline of August 31st. A twelve percent penalty (12%) is added on unpaid property taxes on September 1st. Six percent (6%) interest will be levied on all outstanding property taxes not paid by December 31st.

If you do not receive your property tax bill by the first week of July, please email us. Please include your name, property address, daytime phone number and correct mailing address.

Non-receipt of your property tax bill does not exempt you from payment or penalty due to late payment.

Post-dated cheques for property tax payment are only accepted for ratepayers signed up on the Property Tax Monthly Installment Payment Plan.

Important Reminders:

  • Your property tax bill covers the period of January 1st to December 31st.
  • Property taxes are due August 31st

A 12% penalty is added to any outstanding property taxes on September 1st

If you are a current Tax Installment Payment Plan participant, no payment is required at this time.

6% interest will be levied on all outstanding property taxes not paid by December 31st.

If you are mailing your payment, please allow ample time for your payment to be postmarked by Canada Post on or before the due date.

Enclose the stub portion of your bill with your cheque.

Record your tax roll number or property address on your cheque.