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City of Calgary Property Taxes

(Sept 2006) The City of Calgary has just released a list of changes to the 2007 Property Taxes. This list is preliminary and reflects proposed changes to Calgary property taxes. Some areas will see taxes rise by as much as 17% (mostly inner city neighbourhoods), while others will fall by up to 13% (neighbourhoods furthest from the downtown core).

Calgary Property Assessments

The new City of Calgary Property Assessments are now available online:

Calgary Property Assessments


Rising 17 per cent:
Beltline, Bankview, Cliff Bungalow, Erlton, Mount Royal Lower, Manchester, Mission, Sunalta

Rising by 12 per cent:
Dalhousie, Ranchlands, Silver Springs, University Heights, Varsity, Bowness, Montgomery

Rising by seven per cent:
Country Hills, Coventry Hills, Evanston, Harvest Hills, Hidden Valley, Macewan, Panorama Hills, Sandstone Valley, Beddington Heights, Greenview, Huntington Hills, Thorncliffe, Banff Trail, Capitol Hill, Highland Park, Mount Pleasant, Tuxedo Park, Winston Heights/Mountview, Brentwood, Cambrian Heights, Charleswood, Collingwood, Highwood, North Haven Upper, North Haven, Rosemont, Acadia, Fairview, Haysboro, Kingsland, Meadowlark Park, Southwood, Windsor Park, CFB - Lincoln Park, Lakeview, North Glenmore Park, Oakridge, Palliser, Bridgeland/Riverside

Rising by two per cent:
Bridgeland/Riverside, Inglewood, Ramsay, Renfrew, Crescent Heights, Hillhurst, Hounsfield Hts/Briar Hill, Parkdale, Point Mckay, Rosedale, Sunnyside, St. Andrews Heights, West Hillhurst, Abbeydale, Albert Park/Radisson Hts, Applewood Park, Castleridge, Coral Springs, Dover, Erin Woods, Falconridge, Forest Heights, Forest Lawn, Mayland Hts, Monterey Park, Marlborough Park, Marlborough, Martindale, Ogden, Penbrooke Meadows, Pineridge, Rundle, Saddle Ridge, Southview, Taradale, Temple, Vista Heights, Whitehorn, Altadore, Glenbrook, Glendale, Glamorgan, Killarney/Glengarry, Rosscarrock, Richmond, Rutland Park, Shaganappi, South Calgary, Spruce Cliff, Westgate, Wildwood, Braeside, Canyon Meadows, Cedarbrae, Woodbine, Woodlands, Bonavista Downs, Deer Ridge, Deer Run, Queensland, Lake Bonavista, Maple Ridge, Parkland, Willow Park

Dropping by one per cent:
Aspen Woods, Cougar Ridge, Christie Park, Coach Hill, Discovery Ridge, Patterson Heights, Signal Hill, Springbank Hill, Strathcona Park, West Springs

Dropping by three per cent:
Elbow Park, Rideau Park, Roxboro, Upper Mount Royal, Belaire, Britannia, Bayview, Chinook Park, Eagle Ridge, Kelvin Grove, Mayfair, Pumphill, Downtown West End

Dropping by five per cent:
Elboya, Parkhill/Stanley Park, Scarboro, Scarboro/Sunalta West

Dropping by eight per cent:
Arbour Lake, Citadel, Crestmont, Edgemont, Hamptons, Hawkwood, Rocky Ridge, Royal Oak, Scenic Acres, Symons Valley, Tuscany, Valley Ridge, Bridlewood, Chaparral, Evergreen Estates, Midnapore, Millrise, Sundance, Shawnessy, Shawnee Slopes, Somerset

Dropping by 13 per cent:
Auburn Bay, Copperfield, Cranston, Douglasdale/Glen, Diamond Cove, Mckenzie Lake, Mckenzie Towne, New Brighton, Riverbend

Source: City of Calgary

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