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Red Deer property assessments in the mail

This year’s property assessments are in the mail to city property owners.

The City of Red Deer recommends homeowners review the information to ensure it’s correct. Property tax notices are based on the assessed property value, multiplied by the tax rate set by city council on May.

Those not receiving a property assessment by Jan. 31 should contact the city’s Revenue and Assessment Services at 403-342-8126 or by email at either tax@reddeer.ca or assessment@reddeer.ca.

Because property tax notices mailed to property owners in May cannot be disputed, residents are encouraged to resolve their concerns well before.

If a discussion with an assessor isn’t successful, they can formally appeal to the clerk of the Regional Assessment Review Board. Appeals must be received by no later than March 18. Those appealing should submit their appeals as soon as possible since they are processed in the order they’re received.

Appeals information is available from the Regional Assessment Review Board clerk on City Hall’s second floor.

More information is available online at www.reddeer.ca/tax.

 
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