Taxation & Assessment



Combined Tax and Assessment Notice

  • Your Property Tax Bill covers the period from January 1 to December 31 annually
  • A combined Tax and Assessment notice is mailed in May with a due date of October 31st.
  • Property tax levies are composed of Municipal (Kneehill County) taxes, School taxes (Alberta School Foundation and "separate schools" in some areas), and specific requisitions if required. 
  • School taxes (ASFF) are set by the provincial government.

Kneehill County Assessment Roll 2015 (9.5MB)
Kneehill County Assessment Roll 2014 (2.4MB)


2016 Assessment Presentation Highlights

Assesment Compare



MAILING OF 2016 ASSESSMENT AND TAXATION NOTICES

In accordance with the Municipal Government Act R.S.A. 2000 M-26 and amendments thereto, notice is hereby given that the 2016 combined ‘Assessment and Taxation' Notices have been mailed as of May 20, 2016 to Kneehill County ratepayers. If you have not received your copy of the combined 'Tax and Assessment Notice', please contact Caroline Siverson at the County office, 403-443-5541.

The assessment roll is open for inspection by the public and can be viewed at the Kneehill County office at 1600, 2 Street NE, Three Hills during regular business hours of Monday to Friday from 8:30am to 4:30pm or on the Kneehill County website.

Any person wishing to object to an item on the Assessment Roll must do so in writing, as per the instructions located on the back of your Tax Notice, before 4:30pm on July 19, 2016. Details are also available on our website.

Al Hoggan, CAO
Kneehill County

Municipal and other rates are set by Kneehill County Council.
2016 Taxation Rate Bylaw
Water Service Area Special Taxation
Trochu Recreation Area Taxation


If you have any questions related to the assessment of your property, please call Caroline at 403-443-5541.