Property Assessment & Tax Payments


The annual Combined Assessment & Property Tax Notices will be mailed at the end of May with a Tax payment deadline of September 30th.

Should Property Taxes remain unpaid after September 30th, the following penalties will be levied against those unpaid Taxes:

  • A twelve percent (12%) penalty will be added October 1st on any current unpaid balances (For example, a penalty of $120.00 will be added to a balance of $1,000).
  • On November 1st, another two percent (2%) penalty will be applied to current unpaid taxes.
  • On December 1st, an additional two percent (2%) penalty will be applied to current unpaid property taxes.
  • On January 1st of the next calendar year, Property Taxes are in arrears and a twelve percent (12%) penalty will  added on all tax arrears' balances.

    If a Property Owner does not receive their Combined Assessment/Property Tax notice by the end of June, please email: or call the Village Office at 780-592-3886.

When emailing, please include your name, property mailing address and daytime phone number.

Non-receipt of your property tax notice does not exempt a Taxpayer from penalties due to late payment.

Important Reminders:

  • The Combined Assessment and Property Tax Notice covers the period from January 1st to December 31st.
  • Property Taxes are due September 30th of each calendar year.
  • A 12% penalty is added to current unpaid balances on October 1st of the current year, 2% penalty is added November 1st and December 1st, then an 12% penalty is added to all Property Tax arrears on January 1st of the next calendar year.
  • If you are registered as a Property Tax Monthly payment plan participant, the September 30th deadline does not apply, so long as the monthly payments are submitted.
  • If you are mailing your payment, please allow ample time for your payment to be postmarked by Canada Post on or before the due date.
  • Enclose the stub portion of the notice with the payment.
  • Record the tax roll number or property address on the front of your cheque.

Assessment Review Board Complaint

Sections 299 and 300 of the Municipal Government Act outlines that a Property Owner, as an assessed person, have a right to obtain sufficient information to show how their property assessment was prepared, as well as a summary of assessment information on other assessed properties for comparison purposes.

To review the assessment details or compare to other properties, please contact:

  • Village of Innisfree: Phone (780) 592-3886 or, 
  • Justin Goudreau, Village Assessor: Phone 1-(780) 939-3310.

If, after having discussed the assessment details with an Assessor, the Property Owner is still of the opinion that their assessment is incorrect, they may file a written complaint to the Regional Assessment Review Board.  The complaint must set out in detail the reasons the Property Owner feel the assessment is incorrect.  The Clerk of the Regional Assessment Review Board will schedule a hearing at which the Property Owner will have the opportunity to present evidence.

What are the steps to file an assessment complaint, to the Regional Assessment Review Board?

  1. Each complaint must be set out on a form(s) specified by the Province. Assessment complaint and agent authorization forms are available at the Village Office located at 5116 – 50 Avenue, Innisfree, Alberta, T0B 2G0.  
  2. The form(s) must be filled out completely, including the reasons for a complaint (be prepared to present evidence at the hearing).
  3. Complaint forms can be found below OR by visiting:
    Complaint forms are also available at the Village Office upon request.
  4. The appropriate fee(s) must accompany the complaint form.
  5. The form(s) must be returned by Monday, August 08, 2022:

                                                         Clerk of Inter-Municipal Assessment Review Board

                                                         C/O Chief Administrative Officer,

                                                         Village of Innisfree

                                                         Box 69, 5116 – 50 Avenue

                                                         Innisfree, Alberta

                                                         T0B 2G0

Complaints with an incomplete form, submitted after the filing deadline or without the required fee, are invalid.

COMPLAINT FEES payable to Village of Innisfree (
per Roll Number):


Complaint Fee






If the Regional Assessment Review Board makes a decision in the Complainant's favour, the Complaint fee will be refunded. 

If the Complainant withdraws the complaint at least two days prior to a hearing, in an agreement with the Assessor to make a correction regarding any issue or matter under complaint, the Complaint fee will be refunded.

If a Property Owner wishes to appeal their assessment, fill out the Assessment Review Board Complaint Form as shown below: 

For additional information regarding the Assessment Complaint process, please visit the Alberta Government's website by following clicking the following link:


Terms and Conditions

• Cheques not honoured by your financial institution will be subject to applicable charges.

• A Canada Post postmark will be honoured as the payment date. If the postmark is absent or illegible, the date received at the Village of Innisfree Office will be considered the payment date.


Payments can be made at most chartered banks, trust companies, Credit Unions, and ATB Financial.

Via Internet or Telepayment:

Please be aware of your bank's policies regarding the effective date of payment. It is very important to confirm your current property roll number is the one registered on your bill payment menu. The tax roll number is linked to the property, if you have moved; the new roll number must be referenced on your bill menu.

Receipts will be issued for payments received through online banking. If you have not received a receipt via Canada Post, please contact the Village Office. Also note that an individual payment is required for each tax roll number. Over payments on individual accounts will not be automatically refunded.

Via Your Mortgage Company:

If you pay PIT (Principle, Interest, and Taxes) to a mortgage company, the company receives a tax notice for your taxes and you will receive the original tax notice for your records. The name of the company being invoiced appears on the tax notice. If you believe you are paying PIT via a mortgage Company, but the mortgage company name does not appear on the tax notice, contact your mortgage company immediately.

If a mortgage company is named on your tax notice but is no longer responsible for your tax payment, you are responsible for paying your taxes on or before the due date to avoid penalty.

Pay In Person:

Village of Innisfree Administration Office – 5116-50 Avenue, Innisfree AB T0B 2G0, between 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM, Monday to Friday. Interac debit card, Visa and MasterCard are accepted as method of Payment.


Village of Innisfree Administration Office – 5116 – 50 Avenue, PO Box 69, Innisfree Alberta T0B 2G0 between 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM, Monday to Friday.

Pay by Mail:

• Send a cheque or money order payable to "Village of Innisfree" to PO Box 69, Innisfree Alberta T0B 2G0. Do not mail cash!

• Write your roll number or your property address on the cheque and enclose the return portion of your tax notice.

• Please ensure your cheque is signed and completed accurately, as the Village of Innisfree is not responsible for errors and/or omissions.

• The envelope must be post-marked by Canada Post on or before the due date to avoid late payment penalties.

** The Village of Innisfree will accept post-dated cheques for the payment of Property Taxes, but to avoid penalty the cheque must be dated September 30 of the current year.



Please send changes of address to:

Village of Innisfree
PO Box 69
Innisfree, Alberta
T0B 2G0

Call: 780-592-3886

As well, be sure to advise the Provincial Land Title Office to ensure your correct mailing address is recorded on the Certificate of Title. Mail your change of mailing address along with the legal description of your property, as shown on your tax bill and your signature, to:

Land Title Office
10365-97 Street
Edmonton, Alberta
T5J 2T3

Phone: 780-427-2742


Property Tax Monthly Payment Plan is a plan in which taxpayers can make monthly payments for property taxes. Payments may be made by signing a contract and leaving post-dated cheques at the Village Administration Office, by paying at the bank or by coming in once a month and paying by cash, cheque, debit or visa. Annually, after the municipal taxes are levied, the monthly payments are adjusted based on the current year's taxes.

*All Combined Assessment/Tax Notices will be sent out via mail*

To request an Application for a Property Tax Monthly Payment Plan:

• Send an email to the Village Office at: 

• Download the form: Tax Installment Payment Application

Fax your request to 780-592-3729

Phone: 780-592-3886

  • The plan commences January 1st of each year providing all taxes and penalties are paid on or before December 31st of the preceding year.
  • You may join during the month of January each year.
  • You may also join up any time after January 31st, upon receipt of Council approval and will be required to pay the missed monthly installments from January 1st. 
  • When a property enrolled on the monthly payment plan is sold, the Purchaser can apply to continue on the payment plan or may pay the balance in full.


To terminate your monthly payment plan participation for any reason, including sale, please contact the Village Administration Office at 780-592-3886 or via email