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Property Tax Breakdown

 

Property tax breakdown

2018 Tax Breakdown

City of Calgary Property Taxes

Note: the table below shows the new 2018 property tax breakdown on where your tax dollars go based on the proposed 2018 property tax bylaw, the municipal portion of the typical residential tax bill would be $1,873 (based on a median single residential property assessed at $480,000).

The funds collected through property tax are generally split between the province and The City. In 2018, 61 per cent of the residential property tax paid by homeowners will remain in Calgary to meet municipal needs and 39 per cent will go to the Province to meet the provincial property tax requisition.

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Breakdown amounts are based on the percentage of overall municipal spending for each category in the 2018 budget. The tax breakdown is not an official tax bill. Please contact Property Tax for a copy of your bill. Calculations are approximate.