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Leduc County maintains 2023 tax rates for 2024

Tax notices will be mailed May 13, 2024

Yesterday, Leduc County Council approved the $101.2-million operating and $24.4-million capital budgets to support program and service delivery for 2024. This also includes $28.9 million collected on behalf of the province for schools and the Leduc Regional Housing Foundation designated for seniors’ housing.

Between 2023/24, Leduc County experienced notable growth in its overall assessment values from $9.24 to $9.86 billion. Given the additional tax dollars from this increase in assessment, Leduc County Council reached the decision of maintaining last year’s tax rates.

“Leduc County recognizes the affordability issues facing residents and businesses and given our assessment growth, no increase to our tax rates for 2024 are needed; the rates will remain at 2023 values,” says Leduc County Mayor Tanni Doblanko. “We’re able to do this while maintaining service levels and making significant investments in our capital infrastructure.”

For their 2024 property tax notices, roughly 65 per cent of property owners will see an annual increase of $100 or less, or a decrease or no change compared to 2023.

2024 budget highlights:

  • $16.5 million for road projects and maintenance
  • $4.14 million in utility infrastructure upgrades, i.e. New Sarepta reservoir and pumphouse
  • $2.59 million for bridge projects
  • $1.9 million in cost-share recreation support to five partner municipalities
  • $1.36 million for emergency services equipment and apparatus
  • $1.33 million for the Warburg arena renovation
  • $733,500 for public transit buses and an increase to bus services
  • $312,500 for support to not-for-profit facilities and community recreation and cultural grants
  • $150,000 for support to six libraries
  • $6,000 for a seniors’ transportation subsidy program

Property taxes comprise of municipal property taxes and requisitions. Each year, Leduc County collects tax dollars on behalf of the Government of Alberta and the Leduc Regional Housing Foundation. Leduc County has no control over this amount and is obligated to collect taxes on behalf of these organizations.

Property tax notices will be mailed to residents and corporate citizens on May 13, 2024. Taxes are due June 30, 2024; in-person must be dropped off by the last working day of June (June 28, 2024).

View the 2024 final budget package

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