(Advocate file photo).

Red Deer property taxes are due Friday

City warns late fees will be applied after June 28

The City of Red Deer is reminding residents that 2019 property taxes are due Friday.

“Remember to pay before you head out for the Canada Day long weekend to avoid a late penalty,” states a city news release.

Payment can be made at most financial institutions (including online or telephone banking), by mail (postmarked by Canada Post by Friday), or in person at City Hall (4914 48th Ave).

If a property tax account is not paid in full by Friday, a seven per cent penalty will be applied to the unpaid portion.

For more information about property assessment and taxation, visit www.reddeer.ca/tax, or call 403-342-8126.

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