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Property tax: document request for registered property owners ONLY

The property tax document request allows current registered property owners to request a printed copy of the most recent property tax bill and a property tax statement of account.

For property tax documents 2015 and prior or to request documents for multiple years, call 311 or 403-268-CITY(2489) if calling from outside Calgary.

1. Email / electronic copies - If you prefer electronic copies of your tax documents sent to you by email, call 311 or 403-268-CITY (2489) if calling from outside Calgary.

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2. Mail / print copies - Click on the request button at the bottom of this page. The documents will be prepared within 7 days and then mailed via Canada Post to the owners at the mailing address of record, as registered at Alberta Land Titles.

A property tax statement of account contains:

  • the legal description of the parcel,
  • the last assessed value on which taxes were levied,
  • transaction details from January 1, 2016, to the date the statement is created, and
  • the current account balance.

The property tax statement of account is often used as a payment receipt or as proof of Tax Instalment Payment Plan (TIPP) enrolment / participation.

A property tax bill contains:

  • property details,
  • assessed value, and
  • municipal and provincial tax details.

The annual property tax bill covers the period of January 1 to December 31.

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Property tax information, including statements of account and/or property tax information reports can be purchased by visiting City Online.

Property tax document request

Email / electronic copies - If you prefer electronic copies of your tax documents sent to you by email, call 311 or 403-268-CITY (2489) if calling from outside Calgary.

Mail / print copies - Click on the button below and a copy of the most recent property tax bill and a property tax statement of account will be prepared within 7 days then mailed via Canada Post to the owners at the mailing address of record, as registered at Alberta Land Titles.

Property tax document request by mail