The Town of Stony Plain mails out Assessment Notices in February. We prepare a property assessment annually through the Capital Region Assessment Services Commission (CRASC). The commission determines the taxation of a property in relation to the total assessment value of the Town. We prepare our assessments through a mass appraisal process based upon market and property conditions.

Have an issue or question?

Contact our assessor if you have an issue or question about your assessment value.

Disagreeing and appealing your assessment

The first step is to speak with the assessor; they will be able to provide specific information related to your property. Please fill out the online inquiry form to contact the assessor. For further information, please see Alberta Municipal Affairs.

Still have concerns?

If you still have concerns there is an assessment complaint and appeal process. Please refer to the back of the assessment notice or contact us [link to Tax Clerk contact] for assistance. Appeals must be filed within 60 days of the Assessment notice date.

Supplementary Assessments

Newly constructed buildings or improvements that are occupied, completed or moved within a tax year are assessed on a pro-rated basis.