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Property assessments being mailed out this week

By February 25, 2022No Comments
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Lloydminster residential and non-residential property owners began receiving their 2022 property assessment notices this week.

The 2022 assessments are based on the market value as of July 1, 2021. Property owners are asked to review their 2022 property assessment notices to confirm the information is current and accurate.

Further information on assessments and a detailed explanation of the assessment notice can be found on the City’s website at Lloydminster.ca/propertyassessment.

Questions

If any property owners have questions about their assessment, they are encouraged to contact the Assessment Department or attend the Property Assessment Open House in mid-March. 

Inquiries about assessments can be made online at Lloydminster.ca/assessmentform, by email to assessor@lloydminster.ca or by phone at 780-875-6184, Ext. 2146 (residential) or 780-875-6184, Ext. 2145 (non-residential).

Property Assessment Open House

There will be a property assessment open house on Thursday, March 10 from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. (by appointment only) at City Hall council chambers.

To book an appointment, call 780-875-6184, Ext. 2147. Due to COVID-19, appointments are required, and walk-ins will not be permitted.

Assessment and tax information can be accessed year-round through virtual city hall at lloydminster.ca/vch. 

Property owners can also register for paperless notifications by contacting the assessment and taxation department.

Property owners who do not receive an assessment notice by Tuesday, March 1 are encouraged to contact Assessment and Taxation by email at taxes@lloydminster.ca or phone at 780-875-6184, Ext. 2124.

Assessment Complaints

Filing an assessment complaint does not exempt property owners from paying the applicable taxes by the due date or from late payment penalties. 

If an assessment complaint is successful, the filing fee will be refunded, and the overpayment will be applied to the tax roll.

The deadline to file an assessment complaint is Friday, April 29.