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Enter a County address and get its assessment details.

Click below to access County's Camalot assessment roll database. Once you're past the initial disclaimer, simply select Lac Ste. Anne County and General Public. Then enter your property's details to search for its assessment data.

If you're referencing a rural address, please use the formats indicated below. Once you find the property you're searching for, click Select the View or Download to access its assessment summary.

The rural address format is as follows:

  • 6410 TWP RD 540
  • 54416 RGE RD 62
  • 12, 54416 TWP RD 540
  • 12, 54416 RGE RD 62
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Accurate assessed values result in an equitable assessment system.

Before an assessment can be prepared, property data must be collected. Detailed information about each property is gathered by making on-site visits or by corresponding with the owner of the property. Correspondence with a property owner usually occurs when the Assessor is requesting information about commercial, industrial, or rental properties.

Information collected by the assessor during the assessment process is available from other sources besides the County, including Alberta Land Titles, real estate listing services, and financial institutions.

An inspection is conducted so that all characteristics of the property that affect the assessment are considered when the Assessor determines the property’s value. All newly constructed properties require an inspection. Likewise, existing properties need to be reviewed from time to time to ensure the information that is used to create the property’s assessment remains accurate.

Property assessment in Alberta is based on a combination of market value and regulated rates. Residential and some non-residential properties are assessed at market value. Farmland, machinery and equipment, and linear properties are assessed using regulated rates determined by the Government of Alberta.

Alberta's Mass Appraisal System

An appraisal is an estimate of value. Properties in Alberta are assessed using a method called mass appraisal. Mass appraisal is the process of valuing a group of properties as of a given date, using common data, mathematical models, and statistical tests. Mass appraisal techniques allow assessors to accurately value a large number of properties in a short period of time.

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