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Assessment Change Reports

2017 Residential: detached, single-family homes

2017 Residential: condominiums, townhomes, manufactured and other homes

Assessment Methodology Guides


2017 Residential Condominiums

2017 Residential Improved Properties (1 to 3 Units)

2017 Residential Land

2017 Manufactured Home - Study Areas

2017 Residential Neighbourhood - Study Areas

2017 Rural Residential - Study Areas

Non-Residential Properties

2017 Commercial Land

2017 Commercial Neighbourhood, Power and Box Retail Centres

2017 Commercial Retail and Retail Plaza

2017 Commercial Retail and Office Condominium

2017 Commercial Suburban Offices

2017 Commercial Downtown Offices

2017 Hotels

2017 Multi-Residential Four-plex

2017 Multi-Residential High-Rise Apartment

2017 Multi-Residential Low-Rise Apartment

2017 Multi-Residential Land

2017 Multi-Residential Row-Houses

2017 Multi-Residential Manufactured Home Park

2017 Industrial Warehouse

2017 Industrial Condominium

2017 Industrial Land

2017 Cost Approach

2017 Agricultural and Dual Use Land

Special Purpose Properties

2017 Cost Approach


Supplementary Assessment and Taxes

Policy, Plans and Programs

Property Assessment and Taxation in Alberta - Guide

Property Assessment and Taxation in Alberta - Overview

The Way Ahead: City of Edmonton Strategic Plan 2009 - 2018

The Way We Finance: Edmonton's Financial Sustainability Plan



2017 City Budget and You

Policy, Plans and Programs

2017 Property Tax Bylaw

Business Improvement Area Tax/Non-Residential Property Taxes

City Budget and Taxes

Education Property Tax - Government of Alberta

Neighbourhood Renewal Program

Property Assessment and Taxation White Paper

Ways to Pay

Pay your municipal and provincial education property taxes in person, by mail or through our property tax monthly payment plan. Learn more about ways to pay.


Annual Property Assessment

What Is A Property Assessment?

How Properties Are Assessed: Explained With Smoothies

What Property Assessment Dates Matter: Explained Using A Sweet Toy Car Track

How Assessments Affect What You Pay In Property Taxes: Explained With House Plants

Why Property Assessment Is Different From What You Recently Paid: Explained Using Delicious Produce

How the City Knows How Much My Property is Worth: Explained with Statuettes

Supplementary Property Assessment

What is a supplementary assessment?

Assessment and Tax Tools

For More Information

Assessment Information

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

Property Tax Information

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

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