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2023 Interim Budget Approved December 12th, 2022. The 2023 Budget will be approved by TBD (End of April or Beginning of May)

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BYLAW No. 750 Rate of Taxation 2022 - Passed April 11th, 2022

2022 Budget Summary 

 The Town of Wembley approved the 2022 Capital and Operating Budget at its regular Council meeting held on April 11th, 2022. The 2022 budget is inclusive of the increases to the policing costs, overall increases in operating costs, continued reduction in provincial grants, and limited federal capital funding for small municipalities. Increasing school requisitions and Grande Spirit Foundation tax levies, both required to be collected by the Government of Alberta through municipalities, also affected the overall rates. School tax requisitions accounts for approximately 23% of the municipal taxes collected. 

Rejuvenating greenspaces, recreation areas and gradual replacement of much needed capital assets, updates on outdated bylaws and policies, extension of financial support to the Wembley and District Agricultural Society in a form of loan guarantee, as well as investing in attracting economic development were amongst some of the budgetary considerations made this year. 

 Town Council was mindful of the economic impacts of the pandemic which is also coupled with the uncertainties brought on by the energy sector. Great consideration was made to ensure that these issues were not lost during budget deliberations. Measures to eliminate redundancies and continued efforts in finding efficiencies were high on Town Council and Administration’s priorities as well.  

The residential property rate for 2022 is 12.5150 mills and the non-residential rate is 20.0871 mills. The property rate amount includes municipal, education and Grande Spirit Foundation tax rates. The 2022 tax rate does not mean property taxes will not go up or down for some property owners, as taxes are influenced by changes to the property assessment values. Properties with an assessment decrease may see their tax bill on par with last year, while property owners whose property assessment increased could see a slight increase in property taxes. 


Homeowners of a property assessed around $250,000.00 will pay approximately $3,128.75. If the property owner is signed up with tax instalment payment plan, they will see an equalized monthly payment of $260.73. 

Municipal Tax Rate

Residential – 9.7007 mills 

Non-Residential – 16.1996 mills 

School Levy Tax Rates

Residential – 2.7643 mills 

Non-Residential – 3.8375 mills 


Grande Spirit Foundation Tax Levy: 0.0500 mills 


Designated Industrial (DI) Property Tax Rate: 0.07660 mills 


Highlights of Capital Projects/Purchases for 2022: 

Sunset Park Rejuvenation Project (splash park) 

Sunset Park and Boulevard - Fencing Continuation 

Sidewalk Rehabilitation & Walking Trails 

Road Maintenance Equipment 


Media Contact: 

Noreen Zhang, CAO Tel. 780-766-2269 ext. 102 / Email: 

Kelly Peterson, Mayor Tel. 780-876-7681 / Email:

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