Municipal Property Tax
This is the rate set by Kneehill County Council to raise revenue to attain a balanced budget, as per the Municipal Government Act. The mill rate is multiplied by your market value assessment to produce the invoice.
Education Property Tax
Every year the province calculates, based on assessment value, the amount each municipality must contribute towards the public education system.
Municipalities collect the education property tax from ratepayers and then forward it to the province for deposit into the ASFF.
Contact the Province: Toll-free by dialing 310-0000 and then 422-7125, or (780) 422-7125 regarding the education property tax. View education funding information at: www.education.alberta.ca/admin/funding.aspx
Declaring School Support
You can declare your school support by filling out a School Support Notice Form. You may amend your school support for any year of assessment.
This only affects residents in the following areas:
SE 3 and Sections 11-15, 20-28, 34 & 35 in Township 28, Range 20
Sections 11 and 13 to 34 in Township 29, Range 21
N1/2 of 13 & 14, N1/2 & SE 15, All of Sections 22-26, 35 & 36 in Township 29, Range, 22
Sections 1 & 2 in Township 30, Range 22
Sections 13-16, 21-28 and 33-36 in Township 28, Range 23
Paying Your Taxes
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. A 2% penalty is added to any unpaid balance
Taxes can be paid at the County office by TIPPS, cash, cheque or debit; or at your financial institution, online or by telephone banking. Choose Kneehill County Taxes as the payee. We do not accept credit cards for tax payments.
It is important to note the following:
- Failure to receive or loss of the Property Tax Notice cannot be accepted as a reason for non-payment or exemption of a late penalty.
- When paying your Tax Bill through on-line banking, please allow adequate processing time before the due date as noted by your financial institution (Typically 3-5 business days).
- Payments submitted by mail must be CLEARLY POST-MARKED on or before the due date.
- All charges on a tax account are the responsibility of the registered owner of the property. When you purchase a property, adjustments for taxes are made between the vendor and purchaser
Paying Your Taxes by TIPPTIPP Form
TIPP is a plan by which taxpayers make consecutive monthly payments for taxes. Payments may only be made by automatic withdrawal from a bank account. The TIPP (Tax Instalment Payment Plan) program starts in January and runs through December for the current tax year. Property tax accounts on
If you sell the property and are registered as a TIPP client, you will need to call the office to cancel the payments before the 20th of the month.TIPP Bylaw 1722