Edmonton - Municipal Mill Rate

The 2018 municipal mill rate in Edmonton was 17.5%, increasing 3.64% from 16.9 in 2017. The non-residential segment had the largest increase over last year, increasing 3.64% to 17.5.

Definition: The Mill rate is the amount of tax payable per dollar of the assessed value of a property. The mill rate is based on "mills"; as each mill is one-thousandth of a currency unit, one mill is equivalent to one-tenth of a cent or $0.001. Property tax in dollar terms is calculated by multiplying the assessed property value and the mill rate and dividing by 1,000. As a property may be subject to tax by a number of different authorities, mill rates are set by each taxing authority so as to meet the revenue projections in their budgets.

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Municipal Mill Rate

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