The online tool below provides an estimate of property taxes based on the assessed value of a property. This tool can be used when considering new construction or when researching the potential taxes on a property you would like to purchase. In order to use the calculator, you will need to know the assessed value of a property. When doing a renovation or new construction, be sure to use an estimate of what the final value of the building would be.
For example, if you are building an addition to an existing building that has a construction value of $30,000 (materials labour and fees included), you can add that amount to your current assessed value to find out the approximate amount of property taxes that might be charged. Detailed estimates of assessed values can be obtained by contacting the City’s Assessment Department at: email@example.com. Staff will require full property details and estimates may take up to two weeks to complete.
Assessed values for all existing properties in Prince Albert can be found on the Assessment Values Online page. For more details on how taxes are calculated please see the Calculation of Property Taxes webpage.
Please remember that this tool is intended to provide rough estimates only. To obtain the most reliable assessment and tax information, contact the department directly.
Please note that Prince Albert has a minimum tax of $376. This means that all properties, no matter their assessed value, will, at a minimum, pay $376.