Property Assessment Notice

If you received a Property Assessment Notice, please review it and keep it for your records. No action is required unless you have questions about your assessment.

Your Property Assessment Notice shows the assessed value and classification of your property as of a legislated valuation date. For example, your 2020 notice represents the assessed value of your property on January 1, 2016.

In between Assessment Updates, we continue to review properties to ensure we capture any changes to properties that may impact their property value, classification or tax liability.

You may have received a notice in a non-assessment update year if the assessment of your property changed for one of the following reasons:

  • A change was made to your property, like a new structure on your property, or addition or removal of an old structure.
  • There was a change to the property ownership, legal description or school support.
  • The decision from a Request for Reconsideration or Assessment Review Board appeal changed the assessment of your property.
  • Ongoing property reviews showed a change in your property assessment.
  • The classification or tax liability of your property changed.

Learn more about how to read your Property Assessment Notice.

You can also visit AboutMyProperty for more information about your assessment. Here, you can:

  • Learn more about how your property was assessed.
  • See the information we have on file for your property.
  • Compare your property to other properties in your neighbourhood.

Look for your Assessment Roll Number and Access Key on page two of your Property Assessment Notice to access AboutMyProperty.

If you disagree with our assessment or classification of your property, you can file a Request for Reconsideration. If you are not satisfied with the outcome of that review, you have the option to file an appeal with the Assessment Review Board (ARB), an independent adjudicative tribunal.