Red Deer property assessment appeals deadline fast approaching

Property owners have until March 21 to submit their appeal

Red Deer property owners don’t have much longer to appeal their assessments.

Owners have until March 21 to submit their appeal of their property assessment. The value of someone’s property in the assessment notice is used to calculate 2017 property taxes.

The assessment can be appealed, the property tax bill can’t. The city encourages people to carefully review the assessment value of their property before the deadline.

Anyone who believes there is an error in their assessment should contact Revenue at Assessment Services at 403-342-8126 and arrange an appointment to speak with an assessor.

If the concerns can’t be resolved, a formal appear must be submitted to the Clerk of the Regional Assessment Review Board by March 21.

Details on how to file an appeal can be found at

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