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Population from Census 2015 - 68,556
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What is a local improvement project?
Local improvement projects make it possible for one or more property owners to obtain services and finance the costs by amortizing construction charges on the tax roll over a set number of years.
Considering a local improvement project?
Contact the City of Grande Prairie to check:
What are some examples of what may be constructed under local improvements?
When can the City undertake a local improvement project?
Certain conditions must be met, including:
When are assessments placed on the tax roll?
Upon completion of construction, the local improvement assessments are placed on the tax roll.
If you are subject to a local improvement already, it can be found on the property tax notice stating the annual payment and year of the last payment.
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