Assessment Appeal Information

Property Taxation is the City's primary source of revenue, the proceeds of which are used to provide its citizens with services such as fire services, police services, street maintenance, snow removal, and parks and recreation programming. The Property Assessment process is the provincially legislated mechanism used to distribute the costs of these services among a municipality's residents.

General Assessment and Appeal Process Information
What is an assessment? Learn the underlying principles that guide the Assessment and Appeal process.

Notice of Mailing of Assessment Notices
The annual assessment roll lays out the assessed value of each property in the City. That assessed value, in turn, is used to determine each property's share of the overall cost of providing City services.

Notice of Appeal to the Board of Revision
If, after having reviewed the above information regarding the Assessment Process, a taxpayer does not agree with an assessment, he or she may appeal the assessment by completing this form and referring to the supporting background information in the document entitled Appeals to the Board of Revision.

A Guide to the Provincial Property Assessment Appeal Process

Please refer to the Provincial Advisory Services and Municipal Relations Branch brochure which contains updated information on the assessment appeal process.


Assessment Division
City of Prince Albert
1084 Central Avenue
Prince Albert, SK
S6V 7P3

Phone:  306.953.4320
Fax:  800.547.2176