Property owners can now sign up to receive their annual property tax notices by email and view their notices online through MyCity, the City of Lethbridge's secure online system.
The 2018 Property Tax Notices will continue to be distributed in late May by mail unless a property owner has requested an email notification for the electronic version.
Signing up to receive the 2018 Property Tax Notice electronically via email can be done in three simple steps:
- Create an account on MyCity at www.lethbridge.ca/MyCity.
- Register the property tax account, using the Roll Number and Access Code found on the Property Assessment Notice, which was mailed in January. Owners who recently purchased a property or cannot find their Assessment Notice can call 403-320-3950 for assistance.
- Click YES to subscribe for eBilling.
Electronic copies of the property tax notice will be delivered by email in late May.
Property owners choosing to receive their property tax notice by email will no longer receive a paper copy of the notice in the mail. However, notices can always be viewed and printed through their MyCity account.
MyCity, available through www.lethbridge.ca/MyCity, is a secure online service that allows home owners and businesses to access information about their City of Lethbridge accounts from a computer, tablet or smartphone browser. This includes information regarding the status of business licenses, dog licenses, property assessments and taxes, and building permits.
Property owners who have questions about their property tax notices, or have trouble signing up for an account can call 403-320-3950, email email@example.com, or visit the Tax and Assessment counter on the main floor of City Hall from 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. weekdays.
Kerry Boogaart, Property Tax Manager
City of Lethbridge