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Here is a summary of resources related to property assessment and taxation in Alberta.
Property assessment and taxation
In addition to general property taxation, municipalities may generate revenue through other forms of tax. The following provides a summary of these taxes.
Supplementary property tax
Fundamentals of Provincial Education Property Taxes
How do education taxes work?
Education property taxes are determined by the Government of Alberta and municipalities are responsible to collect the education tax dollars from property owners and remit the funds to the province to help pay for primary and secondary (K-12) education programs across the province. Education property taxes are pooled in the Alberta School Foundation Fund (ASFF) and are distributed to public and separate school boards based on an equal per-student funding formula.
Fundamentals of Municipal Property Taxes
Property taxation is the process of applying a tax rate to an assessed value of property to generate revenue to fund the delivery of services. In Alberta, property tax generally consists of three types of taxes: