Taxes & Finances
2023 Assessment/Tax Notices
Notice pursuant to the provisions of the Municipal Government Act, Section 311 (1), being Chapter M-26, RSA 2000 as amended, and by this publication, certifies that the Combined Assessment and Tax Notices for the Village of Alix were mailed on May 17, 2023.
Taxes are due and payable without penalty by July 31, 2023.
All assessed persons are deemed to have received their assessment/tax notices as a result of this publication.
Any assessed person(s) who has/have not received their 2023 Assessment and Tax Notice(s) should contact the Municipal Office during regular business hours at 403-747-2495.
Audited Financial Statements
2022 Audited Financial Statements
To view the 2022 audited statements, please click on the link below. If you have any questions, don't hesitate to give the Village Office a call.
2021 Audited Financial Statements
To view the 2021 audited statements, please click on the link below. If you have any questions, don't hesitate to give the Village Office a call.
2023 Tax Instalment Payment Plan (T.I.P.P.S)
To sign up for the Village of Alix Tax Payment Plan for the 2023 tax year
please contact the Village office at 403-747-2495
The Village of Alix tax year runs from
January to December.
Tax/Assessment notices are mailed
out in May of each year.
Value of a Property
Property assessments are prepared using mass appraisal and reflect a value for July 1 (valuation date)
the previous year and a physical condition on December 31 (condition date).
Up to 3 years of sales are complied and adjusted to determine the assessments.
Since your property assessments is based on market value, it is affected by market changes
caused by supply and demand. The age, size, condition, and improvements done to the property will also affect the assessed value.
Q: What is a Mill Rate?
A: A Mill Rate is Municipal, Senior and School rates combined
together for an annual tax percentage which your property assessment
value is multiplied by. The Municipal portion of the mill rate is set yearly by Council.
Q: If the Mill Rate has not changed, why did my taxes go up/down?
A: Your property assessment value has increased/decreased.
The assessment value increases/decreases are based on market value of the previous year.
Assessment values can also increase/decrease if you have recently bought your property
for more/less than the previous assessed value
(i.e.: a property's assessed value was $200,000 and was purchased for $250,000 OR assessment
value was $200,000 and was purchased for $150,000)
Summary: The municipality will take each property's current assessed value and multiple
it by the current years mill rate. This gives the municipality your current year's tax amount.