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Property taxes due July 25

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The City of Lloydminster wants to remind all property owners that property tax payments are due on or before Monday, July 25.

Property owners are encouraged to provide payment before July 25 to avoid late penalties.

Anyone who has not received their 2022 tax notice is asked to contact Assessment and Taxation immediately by calling 780-875-6184 Ext. 2124 or emailing to request a copy.

Property tax notices were mailed on Friday, June 10. The documents were printed on yellow paper, as they were in previous years, for ease of recognition. Tax notices have been sent to all property owners; however, if a mortgage company pays property taxes, the yellow slip received by the property owner indicates “paid by mortgage.”

Property taxes provide 24 per cent of the City’s annual operating revenue. The funds will provide policing and protective services, street maintenance and the operation of parks and recreation and cultural facilities.

Payment Options

The following methods of payment are accepted:

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.

Property tax balance

Property owners can view their property tax information through Virtual City Hall available online at Property owners must enter their tax roll number or address to view the current balance owing. Alternatively, property owners can call 780-875-6184 during business hours.

A new Alberta property owner in 2022, and didn’t receive your land title?

Anyone who purchased a property in the City of Lloydminster in 2022 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.

Property owners who pay a late payment penalty caused by the delay of land title registration may be eligible for late fee reimbursement through the Government of Alberta. Late fee reimbursement will not be paid for property taxes in arrears. For more information, visit

Interested in paperless notifications?

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