As this is a deferral, not forgiveness of property taxes, it is recommended that this deferral option is only used if needed. The intent is to provide flexibility for those hardest hit by COVID-19.
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On March 24, 2020, council passed a motion to provide an option for homeowners and businesses to extend property tax payments which would normally be due on June 30, 2020 to September 30, 2020.
Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, many Beaumont homeowners and businesses may need extra time to pay their bills. The City put this measure in place to give homeowners and businesses some flexibility to manage their household or business finances.
No – should a homeowner or business decide to delay, penalties will not be charged on property taxes until October 1.
Property tax notices will be sent at the normal time in May.
Yes – as delaying payment is only an option, those with automatic withdrawal must cancel these payments in order to delay paying. You can change your billing method here: www.beaumont.ab.ca/210/Payment-Options
No. Should you choose to delay payment, you simply do not need to pay your property tax by the normal deadline of June 30. You have until September 30 to pay this balance.