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Property tax notices to be mailed June 10

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Property tax notices for all taxable properties in Lloydminster will be mailed via Canada Post on Friday, June 10.

By Monday, July 4, property owners who have not received their tax notice are encouraged to contact the City of Lloydminster’s Assessment & Taxation department by calling 780-875-6184 Ext. 2124 or emailing to request a copy.

A new Alberta property owner in 2022?

Anyone who purchased a property in the City of Lloydminster in the past four months and did not receive a tax notice is encouraged to contact the Assessment & Taxation department immediately. Due to a three- to four-month delay at the Alberta Land Titles Office, the City is not receiving Alberta ownership change information in a timely manner and a tax notice may not have been issued to the new property owner. The new owner must provide the City with proof of ownership and the City will provide a copy of the tax notice.

Interested in paperless notifications?

Property owners may sign up for paperless notifications by contacting the Assessment & Taxation Department or completing the form at

How property taxes are determined and payment options

Property taxes are calculated and billed annually using the property’s assessed value and the 2022 property tax mill rate approved by City Council on Monday, May 30.

The penalty date is Monday, July 25, afterward, penalties will be applied to outstanding current year property taxes at a rate of three per cent.

The following methods of payment are accepted:

  • Cash
  • Cheque
  • Debit card
  • Online banking
  • Pre-Authorized Debit (PAD) Plan

Payments can be made in person at City Hall (4420 50 Avenue) during regular business hours, Monday to Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., excluding holidays. After-hours payments can be made via cheque (ensure to include the tax roll number) using the mail slot inside the west entrance. Access to the mail slot is available from 7 a.m. to 9 p.m., seven days a week.

Property owners can also pay property taxes through their financial institution. Credit cards are not an accepted form of payment for property taxes at City Hall. However, credit card payments may be made through a third-party service provider – Plastiq. Fees from the third-party service provider may apply.

Additional assessment and tax information can be accessed by visiting or