Property Taxes and COVID-19

Propety Taxes and COVID-19

In response to the impact COVID-19 is having on the economy, municipalities are providing taxpayers with payment deferral options for their 2020 property taxes.

The City of Spruce Grove is providing taxpayers with the ability to apply to have penalties on tax balances deferred until September 30, 2020. For more information click here>>

The City of Edmonton is allowing property owners who are experiencing financial difficulty due to COVID-19, to delay their usual payments until August 31, 2020, and no late penalties will be applied. For more information click here>>

The City of St. Albert has deferred (extended) the property tax due date to September 30, 2020. However, they encourage property owners who are not in financial difficulty to pay by June 30th. For more information click here>> 

The Town of Stony Plain is allowing property owners to defer their property tax payments to August 31, 2020. However, they encourage property owners who are not in financial difficulty to pay by June 30th. For more information click here>> 

Parkland County is allowing property owners to defer their property tax payments to August 31, 2020. However, they encourage property owners who are not in financial difficulty to pay by June 30th. For more information click here>> 

Sturgeon County is allowing property owners to defer their property tax payments to August 31, 2020. However, they encourage property owners who are not in financial difficulty to pay by June 30th. For more information click here>> 

It is important to emphasize that a deferral is not a cancellation or forgiveness of these costs. A deferral simply means that payments can be delayed for a specific timeframe. The total amount owed will still be due after the end of the pre-determined time period. If COVID-19 has affected your ability to pay your property taxes, contact your municipality directly for more information.

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