See your property assessment here.

Property Assessment Notices are mailed each year in early January. When you receive your notice please review it carefully.  If you have any questions you can contact Wildrose Assessment Services at 403-343-3357.

Assessment value is determined by experienced Assessors who appraise residential, commercial and industrial properties to determine the estimated market value. This value is then used in the calculation of property taxes.

Assessors conduct property inspections throughout the year. While not all properties are inspected, you may see an assessor in your neighbourhood.

The assessed value reflects the value of your property as of July 1 of the previous year, based on economic conditions, its physical condition and characteristics as of December 31 of the previous year.

By sending property assessment notices in advance of the property tax notices, owners have the opportunity to review their assessments and raise any concerns they may have about their assessed value before taxes are calculated.

Alberta Land Titles

If you've recently changed or registered a land title, you should know that Alberta Land Titles is approximately four months behind in processing these requests. This could delay delivery of your assessment notice. If you don't receive your notice by January 31, please contact the Town Office at 403-934-3133. 

What if I want to appeal my assessment?

If you'd like to appeal your assessment you have until March 20, 2023 to do so. All complaints must be submitted using the Assessment Review Board Complaint form, available below. Complaint forms can also be picked up in person at the Strathmore Municipal Building.  The complaint must be accompanied by the appropriate filing fee, as listed on the Assessment Notice.

Learn more about appealing your assessment

New Construction Assessment

Supplementary Assessment & Tax

A supplementary assessment and taxation notice will be mailed to you if your property is newly constructed, and was completed or occupied during the current year.

Your annual notice for assessment reflects the condition of your property as of December 31 of the previous year. If construction is completed after the condition date of December 31 you will receive a supplementary assessment and tax notice to reflect the increased value of the property.

Your property taxes are then determined by prorating the supplementary assessment by the number of months the building has been completed and/or occupied for the year and then multiplying the revised assessment by the tax rate.

How does supplementary assessment & tax work?

When the increased value of new buildings has been determined, an additional supplementary assessment and tax notice will be sent to the property owner indicating the additional taxes owed for the year.

Contact Us

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680 Westchester Road
Strathmore, AB, T1P 1J1
Phone: (403) 934-3133

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