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Your Assessment Notice

As a property owner in Edmonton, you receive an assessment notice every January. Your current year’s assessment notice indicates the market value of your property—the amount it would have sold for in the open market—as of July 1 of the previous year.

Your notice explained

The City believes it is important for you, as a property owner, to fully understand the information shared on your assessment notice.

This interactive assessment notice will walk you through the information categories in your notice. To access descriptions, click on the sections that are of the most interest to you.

Mailing Address Date of Mailing Your Property’s  Assessed Value Property Use Assessment Class Status Current Year’s Assessment Previous Year’s Assessment Estimated Taxes for the Current Tax Year Taxes for the Previous Tax Year Account Valuation Group Neighbourhood Account Owners Property Type Property Address Legal Description School Support Declaration Your Password Assessment Review Board Deadline

Property owner assessment review period

When you receive your property assessment information in January, take time to fully review your notice. You have 60 days from the time the assessment notice is mailed out to review and correct the information stated on your notice.

If you disagree with your assessment, you can file a formal complaint with the Assessment Review Board. You cannot, however, appeal your tax notice that will arrive in May.

If you have any questions or concerns, access the following resources for more information:

  • Forms: make changes to your account information, request assessment documents or submit other changes that require your signature.
  • Maps: Browse interactive maps to review basic assessment information about Edmonton properties and see what municipal facilities and services are available within your neighbourhood.
  • Secure website for property owners: Verify and review information specific to your property through the password-protected section of our website.
  • Tax Calculator: Estimate what your taxes will be—based on your current assessment and the estimated increases in municipal and provincial education tax.

For more information:

Assessment Information

Telephone In Edmonton: 311
Outside Edmonton: 780-442-5311
TTY 780-944-5555
Email assessment@edmonton.ca