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Tax Instalment Payment Plan (TIPP)

Tax Installment Payment Plan brochure cover

The Tax Instalment Payment Plan (TIPP) is a popular program that allows you to pay your property tax on a monthly basis instead of one payment in June. Your payment automatically comes out of your chequing account the first day of every month, making budgeting easier and eliminating the risk of a 7% penalty.

How does TIPP work? - Find out more about the Tax Instalment Payment Plan (TIPP) and how it works.

Need a copy of your tax bill or a payment receipt? Tax bills are not available online. Visit property tax document request.

4 Steps to join TIPP


Request Agreement

Request a TIPP agreement form customized for a property. 

Request agreement


Agreement Sent

The City creates and sends you a customized TIPP agreement form.



Return Agreement

Complete, sign & return the customized TIPP agreement form from The City.

Return agreement


Initial Payment

Make any required initial payment separate from your monthly payments.

Make initial payment

What else should I know about TIPP

Buying or selling a property - Buying a new property? On TIPP but selling your property?

Cancel TIPP - Cancel (terminate) your participation in TIPP using our secure online form.

Changing banks or bank accounts - Change banks or bank accounts for your TIPP payments using our secure online form.

Non-payment and service charges - Miss a TIPP payment or have a dishonoured TIPP payment?

Supplementary taxes and tax adjustments - Did you receive a Supplementary tax bill? Were your taxes adjusted? Find out how TIPP is affected.

TIPP Brochure

TIPP Bylaw 9M2002

Related links

Property tax - Includes important dates, account information, tax rates and where your taxes go.

Property tax payment - Options to pay through your bank or directly to The City.

Property Tax Assistance Program - Assistance for low-income homeowners, regardless of age.

Alberta Seniors Property Tax Deferral Program - Eligible senior homeowners can defer property taxes through a home equity loan with the Alberta government.

Contact Property Tax