Cat & Dog License Application – Animal tags expire on December 31 of every year and new tags are required on January 1st of every year.
Concern Report Fillable – The Village Office has a Concern report that you can fill out. Whether animal related, noise, unsightly yards, etc, if it is written on a concern report, the Village will be able to act on the concern. We encourage residents to include their contact information on the form – this information will remain confidential. The Village may not take any actions on concern reports submitted anonymously.
E-Mail Consent Form – Beginning with the January 2017 utility billing, the Village of Kitscoty is offering delivery of utility bills via e-mail. To receive your utility bill via e-mail a consent form must be signed and returned to the Village Office by email (firstname.lastname@example.org), fax (780-846-2213), or dropped off at the Office (5011 – 50 Street).
Fire Pit permit Bylaw 553-05 Fillable for Fire Pits – All residents must have an approved burn permit within the Village. They are free of charge. Contact the Village for more information.
Kitscoty FCSS Application and Final Report – FCSS provides funding for social programs that are of a preventive in nature that promote and enhance the well-being among individuals, families and communities. For more information please visit the Kitscoty FCSS web page located under the “About Us” Tab.
Village of Kitscoty Property and Facility Rental Agreement – Community Organizations and Citizens may request to use the Village’s Property and Facilities for community activities or private events. For the rental of the property and/or facility to be guaranteed, the Village of Kitscoty Property and Facility Rental Agreement must be completed and returned to the Village Office.
Property Assessment Forms and Information
Guide to Property Assessment and Taxation in Alberta will provide general information about the province’s property assessment and taxation system.
Assessment Review Board Complaint Form (LGS1402) must be filed to the Assessment Review Board Clerk within 60 days from the date of the mailing of the Assessment Notice.
Assessment Complaints Agent Authorization Form (LGS1405) must be completed if an Agent is submitting an assessment complaint on behalf of a landowner.
Filing a Property Assessment Complaint and Preparing for your Hearing guide will provide information to assist in filing a property assessment complaint.
Senior Tax Deferral Program (SPTD) allows eligible senior homeowners to defer all or part of their annual residential property taxes through a low-interest home equity loan with the Government of Alberta. The Senior Tax Deferral Program-Application must be submitted to Seniors Property Tax Deferral Program, PO BOX 1200, Edmonton, AB T5J 2M4.