The City of Edmonton is dedicated to ensuring the information stated on your latest assessment notice, including the property value, is fair and correct.
If you are concerned with the information stated on your assessment notice, we encourage you to use the following resources to receive answers to any assessment-related questions.
Remember, you can file a formal complaint against your property's assessment during the property owner assessment review period, but you cannot file a formal complaint against the amount of property taxes stated on your tax notice.
Assessment Details Specific to Your Property
Our secure site for property owners—MyProperty.Edmonton.ca—offers several features to enhance your knowledge about property assessment.
For example, through this online, 24/7 service, you can explore assessment information about your property that we have on file, browse detailed property assessment maps, see the latest property tax account balance and transaction history, download current and past assessment and tax notices and view the five-year assessment and tax history of your property
Browse our public assessment maps to review basic assessment information about Edmonton properties and see what municipal facilities and services are available within your neighbourhood.
If you’ve come across an error in your assessment notice, contact us first.
Most assessment-related concerns can be resolved by speaking with a 311 agent or assessor—with no formal complaint fees required.
To help us address your concerns more effectively, have your latest assessment notice in front of you with the "account" number and "valuation group" information ready.
Remember that your duly completed complaint form and filing fee must be received by the Assessment Review Board no later than the deadline date indicated on your assessment notice.
Complaints received by the Assessment Review Board after the deadline date will not be heard and your filing fee will not be refunded.