MAILING ADDRESS CHANGES


Section 304(3) of the Municipal Government Act states that the assessed person is responsible for notifying the municipality of the correct address to which assessment notices and tax notices are mailed.

Red Deer County’s official source for property ownership and mailing address information for assessment notices and tax notices is the Certificate of Title as registered with the Province of Alberta Land Titles Office.

To update your mailing address, we strongly encourage you to do so at any Registry Office that handles Land Title changes, or by contacting the Alberta Land Titles Office.

Mailing address changes can be reported to Red Deer County by submitting a Change of Address form. Completed forms can be submitted by mail or fax, by email to assessment@rdcounty.ca, or in person at the County office.

Please note that address changes made at Red Deer County do not get reported to the Alberta Land Titles Office. To change information at the Alberta Land Titles Office, changes must be reported to them directly by the property owner. This ensures any documentation regarding your property will be sent to the correct mailing address by Alberta Land Titles Office. Red Deer County is available to assist with this process if required.

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1. UNDERSTANDING YOUR ASSESSMENT
2. ASSESSMENT CLASSES
3. ASSESSMENT INSPECTIONS
4. PROPERTY OWNERSHIP CHANGES
5. MANUFACTURED MOBILE HOME PARKS
6. ASSESSMENT COMPLAINT SYSTEM
7. EDUCATION PROPERTY TAX
8. SENIOR'S FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE
9. DECLARING SCHOOL SUPPORT
10. MAILING ADDRESS CHANGES
11. OFFSITE LEVIES