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Annual Assessment

Getting your tax and assessment notice

A combined property assessment and tax notice is mailed to each property owner within the Town of Crossfield in May of each year.

It is the property owner's responsibility to keep all contact information current with the Town of Crossfield, to ensure all information is received and to avoid late penalties.

The combined notice provides information on the assessed value of your home, as well as the rate of taxes due. Should you disagree with your assessed value or have questions regarding your assessment, contact the Town's Assessor at Wild Rose Assessments.

File a Complaint

To submit a valid complaint, you must present a completed complaint form and any supporting attachments, the agent authorization form and the prescribed filing fee of $100.00, to the address shown on the assessment notice prior to the deadline indicated on the notice. 

Complaints must be filed within 70 days of the Combined Property Assessment and Taxation Notice mailing date, shown on the Property Assessment & Tax Notice.

Complaints can only be filed against the assessment, not the taxes or tax rates.

The complaint process is defined in the Municipal Government Act and associated regulations.

Should you have questions or wish to speak to the Town Assessor, contact Wild Rose Assessments.

Important Dates

  • Notice sent date: May 18, 2023
  • Notice of Assessment date: May 26, 2023
  • Assessment complaint date: July 25, 2023
  • Taxes due date: June 30,2023
  • Penalty of 12 per cent applied to outstanding balance of the current taxes: First business day in July
  • Penalty of 12 per cent applied to entire outstanding balance of taxes: First business day in January

***It is the property owner's responsibility to notify the Town of Crossfield of any address changes.