Property Taxes and Assessments
Your property taxes include municipal taxes and provincial taxes that the municipality collects and then remits to the province. The breakdown of what is municipal taxes and what is provincial can be found here.
The 2016 budget will require an average increase of 3.3% in municipal taxes. The 2016 impact on a typical single family homeowner based on an assessed value of $309,000 is listed here. To see how Gibbons compares to other areas within the region for 2015, click here.
Taxes are billed based on the calendar year and are due on June 30th of each year. There are several options for paying taxes. You may pay in person, use the after hours mail slot at the front door, at most financial institutions, for telephone banking or online banking. (Please check with your financial institution.)
We also offer a Pre-Authorized Withdrawal Tax Payment program which is a monthly automatic withdrawal payment program. For information on the Pre-Authorized Withdrawal Tax Payment program you may contact the tax department or fill out online. To download the Town of Gibbons Mill Rate bylaw or an application for the Preauthorized Withdrawal Tax Payment Program, click on the link below.
Further information regarding Property Assessment and the Appeals process can be found on the Alberta Municipal Affairs Website.