2018 Taxes
The 2018 Assessment and Tax Notices were mailed on May 25, 2018. Please note the date to pay taxes is June 30, 2018. The date for assessment appeals is July 24, 2018.

Due Date for tax payment is June 30th to avoid all penalties, whether or not you receive your notice. Payment must be sent to the Summer Village office at RR1 South, Site 1, Box 28, Thorsby, AB  T0C 2P0. Cheque(s) must be dated no later than June 30, 2018. If mailed, the envelope must bear a postmark of no later than June 30, 2018. Make cheques payable to: The Summer Village of Sundance Beach.

Property assessments are an estimate of the market value of property as of July 1st of the year prior to the tax year. Assessments decreased on average this year by -6.70% for residential, and increased by 6.72% for vacant lots. The Alberta School Fund Foundation requisition increased by $2,759.25. The average taxes increased by $83.61 compared to 2017.

Education Tax
For more information on the Education Property Tax, please visit: 

Assessment Complaints:
For an overview of assessments and frequently asked questions:
If you believe your own or any other assessment is unfair, you can go to: submit an inquiry or contact
Assessor: Grant Clarke
Ph: (888) 419-2128
The assessor will contact you as soon as he is able to review your assessment. Please note: most concerns are resolved before complaints reach the Assessment Review Board. If, after discussion with the assessor, you still do not agree with your assessment, please speak with the assessor about the assessment appeal process.

For a complaint to be heard by an Assessment Review Board, the complaint form must be completed and filed at the Summer Village Office along with the appropriate fee, as established by Council, no later than the deadline date (as will be indicated on your Assessment and Taxation Notice). If an Assessment Complaint is to be handled by an Agent, the Assessment Complaints Agent Authorization form must also be filed.

Assessment Appeal Fee: $50 for residential of 3 or fewer

A complaint against your assessed property value does not exempt you from paying taxes on time or late payment penalties. If a complaint is successful, the adjustment will be applied to the tax roll.

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