Red Deer property tax notices in the mail

Red Deer property owners can expect to receive their 2019 tax notices in the mail over the next few days.

Property tax payments are due June 28. The city encourages residents to pay before the Canada Day long weekend to avoid late payment penalties, which are applied to any unpaid account balance on July 1.

Tax payments can be made by mail, online and telephone banking, or in person at most financial institutions or City Hall.

Anyone paying online or at their bank is asked to allow ample time for payment to arrive to the city because some banks require several days to process transactions.

Payments sent by mail must be postmarked by Canada Post on or before June 28 to avoid late-payment penalties.

Anyone who does not receive their tax notice by the first week of June should contact revenue and assessment services at 403-342-8126 to request a copy of their bill.

For more information, visit www.reddeer.ca/tax.



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