Property assessment is the estimated market value of property, which is used to calculate the amount of taxes payable to The City.
Residential assessment values are based on market values as of July 1 of the previous year and reflect the physical condition and characteristics of the property as of December 31 of the previous year. All properties within the City of Spruce Grove are reassessed annually, using mass appraisal techniques. These assessed values are audited by the provincial government in order to ensure proper valuation practices have been followed. Annual assessment notices are generally mailed in February of each year.
If your home was under construction on December 31, you will also receive a supplementary tax assessment. These assessments are mailed in May for new construction completed by April 30th, and in October for new construction completed by September 30th.
Annual Assessment Open House
The City of Spruce Grove holds an annual Assessment Open House in March. Property owners are invited to drop in and to speak in person with the City’s Assessor.
Assessments for public viewing
City of Spruce Grove assessed values are available for public viewing
- online through the City’s Geographical Information System.
Note: A user guide is available to assist you in using our GIS platform.
If you don’t agree with your assessment
The annual assessment roll is prepared by the City Assessor, audited by the Province and subject to change by the Assessment Review Board through the appeal process.
If you have concerns about your property assessment, you can call us at 780-962-7634 ext.119 or email us .
The assessor will review your assessment and provide an explanation specific to your property. If you are not satisfied with the explanation or solution offered, you may file a written complaint with the Assessment Review Board. Assessment complaint deadlines are shown on the front of your assessment notice.
How to file a complaint
According to provincial legislation and City bylaws, complaints may be filed by the registered owner of the property or an agent acting on the owner’s behalf. A complaint filed by an agent must include a signed letter of authorization from the owner. Your complaint and the appropriate fees must be received by the Assessment Review Board Clerk within 60 days of the date your assessment was mailed to you. This deadline is set out in legislation and cannot be extended.
Send or deliver your complaint to:
Attn: Assessment Review Board Clerk
Spruce Grove City Hall
315 Jespersen Avenue
Spruce Grove, Alberta T7X 3E8