Property Tax Rates
General property taxation is the single most important source of revenue for local governments. Each year, Council must project the net amount of funds required through property taxes to support local services. General municipal tax rates are set once the budget is approved. Property tax notices are mailed in mid-May for the calendar year of January 1 to December 31. The general municipal tax rate, together with the assessed value and classification (property use – i.e., residential, non-residential, farm) of the taxable property, determines the taxation for each property. Please refer to the Beaumont, Alberta’s Tax Rate Bylaw.
Property taxes help pay for municipal services, including, fire, police, road maintenance, snow removal, parks, recreation facilities, family services and much more.
School Declaration – Roman Catholic School District
Tax Due Date
|July 1||6 per cent of current levy|
|September 1||3 per cent of current levy|
|November 1||3 per cent of current levy|
|December 1||5 per cent of supplemental levy only|
|January 1||12 per cent of total balance outstanding|
|April 1||5 per cent of total balance outstanding|