Property Taxes, Assessments
& Financial Statements
Property taxes and assessments are an important part of property ownership. Your property taxes are calculated using the market value assessment of your property. This means that each Lakeview taxpayer is contributing an equitable portion of the overall taxes towards the operation of the Summer Village of Lakeview.
2023 Lakeview Assessment Roll
Assessment Year: 2022 • Tax Year: 2023
2023 Property Assessments
Property Assessment Notices will be mailed out separately from Property Tax Notices for 2023. Assessment Notices will be mailed out in March, with Property Tax Notices being mailed out in May.
Please note that once you have received your Property Tax Notice, it is too late to have your property assessment changed. Assessments cannot be adjusted after the appeal deadline, which is 60 days after the Assessment Notices are mailed.
We highly recommend each resident closely examine their Property Assessment Notice and speak with the assessor regarding any details you are unfamiliar with.
Should you have any questions regarding this, please feel free to contact the Village Office at 780.691.4465 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
What Can I do If I Don’t Agree With My Property Assessment?
What is property assessment? Property assessment is the estimated market value of property, which will be used to calculate the amount of taxes payable to the Summer Village.
How is my assessment determined? Assessment values for 2023 are based on market values as of July 1, 2022 and reflect the physical condition and characteristics of the property as of December 31, 2022, using mass appraisal techniques. These assessed values are audited by the provincial government in order to ensure proper valuation practices have been followed.
What is market value? Market value is the most probable price that a property might be expected to bring if sold on the open market by a willing seller to a willing buyer.
What can I do if I don’t agree with my property assessment? If you have any questions or concerns about your property assessment, contact the KCL Consulting Inc to set up a phone meeting with your assessor. The assessor can review your assessment with you and provide an explanation specific to your property.
What if I still don’t agree with my assessment after speaking to the Assessor? If you still do not agree with the value of your property, you may submit an Assessment Review Board complaint form to the Village Office at the address below, attention to the Assessment Review Board Clerk. The form and applicable fee must be received no later than the complaint deadline date on the top of the front of this notice.
Assessment Complaint forms can be obtained by request to email@example.com or from the Alberta Municipal Affairs website:
Each assessment in dispute requires a separate complaint form and fee. Section 460 of the Municipal Government Act and its regulations set out other requirements with which you must comply, including requirements of disclosure. The Assessment Review Board will not hear any matters or reasons that are not clearly indicated or described on the complaint form. Fees are as follows:
- Residential complaints (3 or fewer dwellings and farmland) $ 50
- Non-residential complaints $650
Fees are fully refunded if the Assessment Review Board makes a decision in favour of the complainant or if the assessment complaint is withdrawn.
How can I get additional information? An assessed person is entitled to see or receive sufficient information on their property assessment under Section 299 and Section 300 of the Municipal Government Act. Please contact the Village Office to arrange this.
Summer Village of Lakeview
Assessment Review Board Clerk
Site 1, Box 157, RR 1, Onoway, AB T0E1V0
2022 Lakeview Assessment Roll
Assessment Year: 2021 • Tax Year: 2022
2020 Lakeview Assessment Roll
Assessment Year: 2019 • Tax Year: 2020