The Town of Rocky Mountain House has frozen taxes for the second year in a row.
Like many central Alberta communities, council has also voted to waive late payment charges this year for taxes. The deadline was also extended to Aug. 31, in light of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Depending on property assessments, taxpayers may see small fluctuations in their bill despite the freeze.
“In the meantime, we continue to find efficiencies in our operations to minimize the tax burden on the community,” says Mayor Tammy Burke in a statement.
The town will be sending out tax notices in mid-June.