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COVID-19 Municipal Property Tax relief information

The City of Calgary is supporting citizens and businesses in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Council approved municipal property tax relief measures that support taxpayers facing financial hardship.

Learn more about municipal property tax relief measures at


Property taxes are collected by municipalities and the value of your property, as of July 1 last year, is an important factor.

To estimate your taxes based on your 2020 assessed value:

  1. select your assessment class from the list
  2. enter your 2020 assessed value
  3. click calculate
  4. click Show all for the breakdown

If your assessment class is not listed, please contact us at 403-268-2888.

Percentages must add up to 100%.

Percentages must add up to 100%.

Percentages must add up to 100%.

Tax Value
2020 Total municipal taxes (estimate)  
2020 Total Provincial Taxes (estimate)  
2020 Total taxes (estimate)  
Update April 6: Updated to reflect the approved municipal and provincial tax rates in the 2020 Property Tax Bylaw

This calculator is for information purposes only. The calculation does not include any penalties, local improvement levies, or outstanding taxes owed from previous years.

The municipal tax is based on Council’s budgetary decisions from November 2019 and the approved 2020 Property Tax Bylaw.

The provincial property tax is based on budget decisions made by the Government of Alberta announced in March 2020.

Where do my taxes go?

​See where your property tax dollars are being spent using the property tax breakdown tool.

How is my property assessed?

​Assessment includes things like the size of your house, any renovations, the year it was built, the neighbourhood you live in and other variables.

How are tax rates and tax bills calculated?

Assessments redistribute property taxes within cities by measuring how individual property rates have changed relative to the average. See the formulas used to determine tax rates and tax bills.