Property Taxes

Applications for non-profit organizations for property tax exemptions are accepted on an annual basis.

The Town of Okotoks considers applications from non-profit organizations for property tax exemptions on an annual basis. Applications are accepted by September 30 each year.

Eligibility for property tax exemptions are defined by provincial legislation.

Guide to Property Tax Exemptions in Alberta

Property Tax Exemption Application Form

Properties with more than 2 years outstanding tax arrears are offered for sale by the Town of Okotoks, in accordance with the Municipal Government Act, Chapter M-26 RSA 2000, Part 10, Division 8.

Municipal Government Act, RSA 2000, c M-26

2022 Property Sale

Date: Friday November 25, 2022
Time: 10:00 am
Location: Council Chambers, Town of Okotoks Municipal Centre

  • Payments for tax arrears MUST be made by certified cheque, cash, debit at City Cashiers, money order or lawyer's trust cheque.
  • Payments accepted up to the day and time of the tax sale.
  • Property reserve bids (available approximately July 2022) are based on market value.

The 2022 Property tax sale list contains properties offered for sale at the annual Property tax sale and includes:

Section 299 and 300 Assessment Information Request

As a property owner, you are entitled to see or receive sufficient information about your property and a summary of any assessment in accordance with Section 299 and 300 of Municipal Government Act.

Section 299 Form

Section 300 Form