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City of Lacombe property owners asked to review their 2020 assessments

Property Assessment Notices were mailed out on Friday February 14

The City of Lacombe would like to notify residents that their 2020 Property Assessment Notices were mailed out on Friday, February 14, together with a brochure containing information on how property assessment values are determined.

“It is important for property owners to review their property assessment notices well before the April 27, 2020, property assessment complaint deadline, as tax bills are not disputable,” said Property Tax Coordinator Marc Perreault. “If you have concerns with your assessment value, or have questions about the property assessment process, please contact the City so we can put you in touch with our one of our assessors.”

If you have not received your property assessment notice by February 28, 2020, please contact Marc Perreault at (403)782-1257 to receive a copy.

Further information about property taxes is available on-line at www.lacombe.ca/living/taxes- assessment.

-Submitted by the City of Lacombe

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