Beaumont property owners will receive their 2022 property tax notices shortly, as they were mailed today, May 31. The payment deadline is June 30. Any property owners who are enrolled in Beaumont’s tax installment plan will continue with their monthly payments as usual.
Beaumont City Council approved a 2.4 per cent tax levy increase for 2022, which includes the City’s share of a federally-negotiated salary agreement with the RCMP. The owner of a typical home assessed at $450,000 will pay $73.47 — $6.12 per month — more for municipal property taxes in 2022. This increase takes into consideration City operations, the level of services residents expect, the impact of major projects and the needs of our rapidly-growing community.
Property owners have a range of ways to pay their taxes. Payment can be made at most financial institutions (including via online and telephone banking) or by mail. Residents can also come to Beaumont City Hall during business hours to pay. More information on payment options is included with every tax notice.
Residents’ property tax notices also include taxes collected by the City of Beaumont on behalf of other organizations. These include:
- Alberta School Foundation Fund;
- St. Thomas Aquinas Roman Catholic Separate Regional School Division; and
- Leduc Regional Housing Foundation.
Those tax rates are set by their respective authorities.
Property owners who do not receive their notice by June 17 should contact the City. Residents are also encouraged to contact City staff with any comments or questions by calling 780.929.3306 or emailing email@example.com.
Carla Putnam Kerr
Senior Strategist, Communications