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Taxes and fees

Leduc County has the lowest tax rates in the Edmonton Metropolitan Region. The 2023 non-residential mill rate in Leduc County is $10.279 for every $1,000 of assessment.

2023 non-residential mill rate comparison

Municipality 2023 mill rate 2023 tax per $1 million assessment
Leduc County 10.279 $10,279

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The 2022 non-residential mill rate* in Leduc County is $10.59 for every $1,000 of assessment. This rate includes municipal operating, educational requisitions and Leduc Foundation taxes.

Cost type Non-residential
Municipal operating 6.5000
Educational requisitions 4.0614
Leduc Foundation 0.0265

*2023 tax rates will be set in May when Council approves the final budget.

The Alberta corporate income tax rate is eight per cent. Eligible businesses may claim the province’s Small Business Deduction (SBD), which would bring the corporate tax rate to two per cent.

A five per cent goods and sales tax (GST) applies in Alberta. The province does not have a provincial sales tax (PST).

The federal corporate tax rate is 38 per cent. A federal tax abatement of 10 per cent and a general tax reduction of 13 per cent is available on qualifying income, which could reduce the gross rate to 15 per cent.

Note: additional taxes or fees may apply to your business at the federal or provincial level.

Off-site levies

Developers in the Nisku Business Park and parts of the East Vistas and Saunders Lake areas pay fees called off-site levies to help cover the infrastructure costs associated with new developments and subdivisions. These costs contribute to essential infrastructure such as roads, water and sewer.

The Greater Nisku and Area Off-Site Levy Bylaw outlines the requirements and costs associated with off-site levies in Leduc County.

Learn more about off-site levy requirements.

Contact our Planning and Development department by email or give them a call at 780-979-2113 to inquire about off-site levies for a development or subdivision.

Development permits

Nearly all forms of building and development requires a permit to ensure that the proposed project complies with the Leduc County Land Use Bylaw.

View Leduc County’s Fees and Charges Bylaw for a complete listing of permit application fees and charges.

Learn more about development in Leduc County.

Safety codes permits

Before you begin work on a building, electrical, plumbing or gas project or private sewage installation, you will require a safety codes permit.

View Leduc County’s Fees and Charges Bylaw for a complete listing of safety codes permit fees.

If you have any questions, or are unsure if a permit is required, contact our safety codes team by email or call 780-979-2113.

Learn more about safety codes permits.

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