One Time Tax Payment Option

One Time Tax Payment Methods:

  • Payment can be made by credit card online at Plastiq, a third party service provider.plastique Opens in new window

    Please note, an account will need to be created and payments may take 3–5 business days to process. A Plastiq service fee will be applied (2.5% for credit cards). The City does not receive any portion of this fee ­– it is a 3rd party service fee. Watch this video to learn how to set up an account.

  • In Person at City Hall (105 Marina Road, Chestermere, AB, T1X 1V7):
    • You can pay by cash, debit or cheque in person at the Municipal Office l during regular office hours (Monday to Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30pm). cheques payable to: CITY OF CHESTERMERE. Credit cards will not be accepted. (NOTE: City Hall is currently closed due to the COVID-19 Pandemic)
    • You can also drop off your payment in the secured drop box after hours (located on the south side of the building).
  • Via Electronic banking (phone or online):
    • Please ensure the PAYEE is ‘CHESTERMERE TAXES’. If your payee is ‘Chestermere Utilities’, we will not receive the payment (may need to set up a new account)
  • By mail
    • Payments through the mail will be applied to the tax accounts on the date of the postmark stamped on the envelope by Canada Post.
    • Please note that the City of Chestermere is not responsible for lost or misdirected mail

Other Payment Information:

  • Cheques must be made payable to the CITY OF CHESTERMERE.
  • Post-dated cheques will be accepted. However, payments made after the due date will have penalties applied.
  • Cheques are a conditional payment until the bank upon which it is drawn honours the cheque. If a cheque is not honoured, penalties and a service charge of $30.00 will be applied.
  • Payments will be accepted at any time (subject to penalties).
The Provincial Government has a property tax assistance program for seniors. Visit their website or call 1 (877) 644-9992 to learn more.

Some properties are exempt from taxes (including some non-profits and community groups). Find out more here. 
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