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The Assessment Review Board is an independent tribunal that hears complaints relating to property assessments made by Sturgeon County, and renders decisions based on the evidence presented. The Assessment Review Board is independent from Sturgeon County and is comprised of citizen members.
If you feel your assessment is not fair when compared to similar properties or you suspect an error, it is recommended that you first discuss your property assessment with an assessor for an explanation of how your assessment was prepared. The assessor can explain your assessment to you and correct any errors.
Please contact Assessment Services at 780-939-0601 or email@example.com to be referred to the assessor for your area. If you still feel like your property assessment is incorrect, you are able to file an appeal within 60 days from the date your assessment notice was mailed to you.
A complaint must be submitted in accordance with Section 460 of the Municipal Government Act .
Complete the Complaint Form and submit it the Clerk of the Assessment Review Board in person, by mail, email or fax. Please allow time for delivery if filing by mail.
An Assessment Review Board (ARB) must not hear any matter in support of an issue that is not identified on the complaint form. The reasons for a complaint must indicate the following:
An agent making a complaint on behalf of an assessed person must also file a completed Agent Authorization Form.
An agent means a person or company who for a fee or potential fee acts for an assessed person or taxpayer during the assessment complaint process or at a hearing before an Assessment Review Board or the Municipal Government Board.
Both the Complaint Form and Agent Authorization Forms are also available at Sturgeon County Centre.
July 25, 2017 is the last date to file a complaint regarding your 2016 Property Assessment Notice.
Complaints filed late or without the required fee are invalid.
Your assessment notice indicates your filing fee. This fee will be refunded if a change is made to your assessment by either the County assessor or the Board. The fees are listed below, by property type.
• In person: By cheque
• By mail: Cheques only (make your cheque payable to Sturgeon County)
Filing a Property Assessment Complaint and Preparing for your Hearing
Guide to Property Assessment and Taxation in Alberta
Is your Property Assessment Fair and Accurate?
Your Complaint Has Been Submitted Now What?
What to Expect at the Hearing