The 2017 budgets for Municipal, Provincial Education, and Green Acres Foundation increased by an average of 2.5%.
Your property tax is made up of:
Property taxes are due by
June 30 every year.
The final tax rates are not set until late April or May, when the budget for municipal services is finalized and the provincial requisition for education taxes has been received.
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Property Tax Statistics
Have you ever wondered how the City of Lethbridge stacks up against other municipalities in Alberta?
The City completed a study that compares the following:
Ever wondered about how the assessment change from year-to-year is affected by the new tax rates?
With an average single family house value going from $260,800 in 2016 to $262,500 in 2017, this is how the average tax bill would differ:
|Municipal Property Tax||$2,041||$2,106||$65||3.2%|
|Provincial Education Tax||$630||$633||$3||0.5%|
|Green Acres Foundation||$34||$33||-$1||-2.2%|
|Total Property Tax Bill||$2,705||$2,772||$67||2.5%|
For more information:
City Hall, First Floor, 910 4th Ave S
P: 403 320 3950
F: 403 320 4956