The Assessment Review Board is a one-to-three member board responsible for hearings and rulings on assessment complaints. The board ensures that the complainant (the taxpayer) and the assessor receive a fair and impartial hearing. The board hears evidence to determine if a property has been valued or classified correctly, or to determine if exemptions were properly applied.
Board members come from the local community and are appointed by Town Council and the Province. The Assessment Review Board is independent of the municipality and its assessors. Get more information on Assessment Review Boards online.
As a property owner you are entitled to access or receive sufficient information about your property and a summary of any assessment in accordance with sections 299 and 300 of the Municipal Government Act.
This information ;must be requested in writing directly to the Assessment Department. Requests can be faxed, emailed or mailed to the Assessors at the address listed to the right.