Important information for 2022
Due to processing delays at the Province of Alberta Land Titles Office, recent ownership and mailing address changes were not reflected on the property tax bills mailed in late May.
The City of Calgary is not responsible for delays. Non-receipt of your property tax bill does not exempt you from late payment penalties.
The Alberta Government introduced a Property Tax Late Penalty Reimbursement. If you recently purchased property, did not receive a tax notice, and paid a late payment penalty, you may be eligible for reimbursement. You are still responsible for ensuring your outstanding property tax is paid in full. The Government of Alberta will not reimburse additional late penalties incurred for non-payment. Visit www.alberta.ca/property-tax-late-penalty-reimbursement for more information.
- Reminder notice information
- Join TIPP. Visit Tax Instalment Payment Plan (TIPP)
- Property tax refund
- Update School Support
- Mailing address change
- Need a copy of your tax bill or a payment receipt? Visit Property tax document request.
Property tax is calculated and billed annually using the property's assessed value, as found on your property assessment notice, and the Council-approved property tax rate.
Do you have questions about your property taxes? Read our Property Tax Frequently Asked Questions.
2023 Property tax key dates
|Tax bill time period||January 1 to December 31||Property tax bills cover the calendar year.|
|Tax bill mailing||May||
Property owners who have not received a tax bill by the first week of June can request a copy of the bill by visiting property tax document request.
|Tax due date||June 30||
Property tax payment: options and instructions.
|7% penalty added||July 1 and October 1||
7% penalty is added to any unpaid tax bill balance.
Property tax information