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2024 Property Tax Notices being mailed out this week

Property Tax Notices for 2024 are set to be mailed on Wednesday, May 29.

Taxes are due by June 28, 2024, and a seven per cent penalty will be applied to all unpaid 2024 tax balances as of June 29. Late payment penalties will not be waived for those who did not receive their Tax Notice.

If property owners have not received their 2024 Tax Notice by June 5, they can utilize MyCity, at to register their property using the roll number and access code provided on the Property Assessment Notice sent on January 3, 2024. Once registered, a copy of your tax notice can be reprinted. Alternatively, individuals can contact 311 (or 403-320-3111 if outside of Lethbridge), or email for assistance.

For those who have recently acquired property in the City of Lethbridge and have not received their tax notice, proof of ownership will be required when contacting 311 or visiting City Hall for a copy.

Various payment options are available:

  • In person: cash, cheques, and debit card payments are accepted on the main floor at City Hall from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Credit cards are not accepted at City Hall
  • Directly at your bank and the City will accept the teller stamp date as the date of payment received
  • Online or telephone banking using the 13-digit roll number located in the top right of the tax notice. Please select “Lethbridge (City of) Taxes”
  • Cheque or money order can be mailed or dropped off at City Hall, 910 - 4th Avenue South, Lethbridge, Alberta, T1J 0P6
  • Please do not send cash by mail
  • The City has a secure mailbox located at the front doors of City Hall or the drive-through drop box in the traffic circle behind City Hall or
  • Online with a credit card through For a fee, property and DBIA taxes can be paid using MasterCard or Visa. Allow one to two business days for processing

Property owners can also opt for the monthly Tax Instalment Prepayment Plan (TIPP), offering a two per cent  monthly discount on the credit balance. Enrollment for the 2025 property taxes is available for those whose 2024 taxes are paid in full. Property owners are encouraged to sing up for TIPP before July 22 to start at the beginning of the TIPP cycle. Please visit for further information on this program.

For more information on assessment, taxes, and penalties, property owners can refer to the back of the Tax Notice, visit, or contacting 311 during office hours.

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