How and where can I pay my taxes?

You can pay your property tax bill at the Town office with cash, money order, personal cheque, bank draft or debit card (include the remittance portion of the notice), or through your bank’s telephone or internet banking (CREDIT CARDS & INTERAC E-TRANSFERS ARE NOT ACCEPTED). 

  • In Person Visit the Town administration office at the Cochrane RancheHouse, 101 RancheHouse Road, between 8:30am and 4:30pm, Monday to Friday.

  • In person after office hours Drop your money order, cheque or bank draft in the drop boxes outside of the West entrance of the Ranchehouse or FCSS; remember to include the remittance portion of your notice. Do not drop off cash.
    • Cochrane RancheHouse
      101 RancheHouse Rd
    • FCSS
      209 Second Ave W
  • Mail (include your payment and the remittance portion of your notice)
    Town of Cochrane, 101 RancheHouse Road Cochrane AB T4C 2K8
  • At your bank or credit union
    Set up the Town as a bill payee through your regular bill payment system; your roll number is your account number. Allow three business days before the penalty date to ensure payments are processed on time. Please retain all documentation.

  • TIPP Register for the Tax Installment Payment Plan (TIPP)  to pay your property taxes in equal monthly installments instead of a single annual payment and to avoid penalties.  

Check our taxation page if you have any further questions.

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1. Why did I receive an Assessment Notice for a property I sold?
2. How do I view historical assessment values for my property?
3. Why didn't I receive an Assessment Notice for a property I purchased?
4. Why does my assessment say “improved”?
5. How can I get another copy of my assessment notice or tax bill?
6. How do I update my mailing address?
7. How do I update my school support declaration?
8. Will my taxes increase if my property assessment increases?
9. Why do I receive my assessment notice before my property tax bill?
10. How is Market Value Determined?
11. Is GST included in the assessment of my home?
12. How do I know my value is reasonable?
13. How do renovations or additions affect my assessment?
14. Why do I pay school taxes when I don't have children going to school?
15. How and where can I pay my taxes?