Assessment & Taxation
City front counter services, including the taxation office, remain closed. Changes to front counter services minimize in-person interactions for the safety and well-being of our residents and staff. Read more about front counter services.
Payment can be made through Pre-Authorized Payment Plan, your financial institution, the drop box located on the right-hand side of the front doors to St. Albert Place (5 St. Anne Street) or by mail.
Payment options are listed on the reverse side (or back) of your property tax notice. Please ensure you give adequate time for your payment to reach us by the deadline (we recommend three business days). Check out the comprehensive Property Tax Q&A for detailed information.
Both Assessment and Taxation services remain available for access by phone, email or online. Monday-Friday 8am-5pm.
The City of St. Albert strives to deliver accurate and equitable property assessments that are essential for the distribution of the annual tax levy. The Assessment Department calculates the assessment according to provincial legislation and guidelines.
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Last edited: January 8, 2021