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The City distributes property assessment notices in early January to all property owners within Edmonton to give you an opportunity to review your property‚Äôs assessed value, obtain more information if you have questions or concerns about your updated market value assessment and plan ahead for your property tax payment.

Learn how assessments connect to taxes and how your property is valued.
Understand what your assessment notice says and where to search for more details.

Resources available if you question the assessed value of your property or have come across an error in your notice.

Access various forms pertinent to your property account.

Find answers to questions you might have about property assessments.

View assessment change reports, change maps and methodology guides. 

Keep in mind key dates pertinent to the City's assessment and taxation process.

Financial property tax assistance is available for seniors.
Assessment and taxation information for multi- and non-residential property owners.

The City of Edmonton estimates assessed values of Edmonton properties on an annual basis. Browse these infographics to discover 2018 property assessment highlights.

2018 Property Assessment News Conference

On January 2, the City of Edmonton mailed 2018 property assessment notices. The City's Chief Assessor Rod Risling talks to local media about the latest assessed values of properties across Edmonton, including how assessment relates to property taxes.

For More Information

Property Assessment

If you have in-person inquiries, visit us at the Edmonton Service Centre:

10111 104 Avenue NW
Edmonton, Alberta T5J 0J4

Telephone In Edmonton: 311
Outside Edmonton: 780-442-5311
TTY 780-944-5555

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