The County of Grande Prairie collects property taxes to help pay for services, facilities, and projects in the county. Property taxes are calculated based on the assessed value of your property and multiplying it by the tax rate.

Tax Due Dates

Property owners are encouraged to pay their property taxes on or before the last business day of June to avoid late penalties.

Pay Your Property Taxes

Public Tax Roll Information Search

Log in to access public tax roll information using the following information: 

  • legal description
  • certificate of title number
  • assessment information
  • councillor division
  • property size
  • land-use zoning

Your Tax Certificates

Search online for tax certificates  showing total levies and the current/arrears balance on properties located within the County.

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Tax Amounts

The amount you will pay in taxes each year comes from three sources

Mill Rate

The tax rate set by County Council which is used to fund the services and operations that are provided by the County. For instance, road building and repair, maintaining recreation facilities and areas, and providing policing and fire services, just to name a few. The rate is set at the end of the year for the upcoming year. View the 2020 Property Tax Bylaw.

School Fees

The school portion of the combined tax rate is set by Alberta Education.

Grande Spirit Foundation

Requisition amounts to the Grande Spirit Foundation are set by the Province of Alberta. 

 Assessment and Taxes

Assessment is the process of valuing property for the purpose of fairly and equitably distributing a municipality's total property tax among property owners. It establishes the value of a property in relation to similar properties.

Property taxes are generated when the provincial school and municipal tax rates are multiplied by the assessed value of your property. The municipal tax rate is also known as the municipal tax mill rate.

Combined Assessment and Tax Notice

The Municipal Government Act requires that all property in Alberta be assessed each year to ensure that changes in market value are captured regularly to protect taxpayers from large market-driven assessment changes.

A tax notice will be sent out to the property owner every year with an amount based on your taxable assessment and the applied mill rate set by council. this will include both the county portion and the requisition portion for schools.

Assessment Notices

Property Assessment Notices are mailed to County of Grande Prairie No. 1 property owners by the end of May of each year. If you have not received your property notice by mid-June please contact Assessment Services at 780-513-3952.

Tax Penalties

Learn more about out the current year's penalty. Please note: Failure to receive your property tax notice is not sufficient reason for late payment