2023 Assessment Survey

An assessment review is now underway for some Wetaskiwin neighbourhoods. Accurate Assessment Group Ltd. (AAG) has been contracted by the City of Wetaskiwin and is acting as its agent to complete the 2023 General Assessment for the 2024 tax year. 

What is the deadline to complete the survey?

Letters to affected properties were delivered by Wednesday, April 5, 2023 and property owners are being asked to respond to the survey no later than Wednesday, June 7, 2023 to assure their assessment is accurate.

What is a property assessment?

A property assessment is the process of estimating the market value of a property for taxation purposes. The assessed value of a property impacts the amount of municipal tax and provincial education tax that is levied on a property.

Why is this being done?

Assessments are regularly reviewed to ensure all property assessments in the City of Wetaskiwin are fair and equitable. The information collected will confirm existing conditions or updates to your property, which helps the City in maintaining an up-to-date assessment for tax purposes. The information is collected under the authority of the Municipal Government Act, Section 294 and 295.

Which parts of the city are being assessed?

Assessments are completed as part of a five-year reassessment cycle. Only 20 per cent of homes are required to complete the survey in a given year. This year’s assessment survey will cover the following neighbourhoods:

  • Lynalta
  • Spatinow
  • West Central
  • Portions of East Central
  • Portions of Parkdale

20230412 Map - 2023 assessment survey

How do I complete the survey?

There are three ways to complete the survey:

  • Online: this is the preferred method. Use the following web address, roll number, and survey key listed below:
     Address: http:vps.camalot.ca/rfi
     Roll number: 123456
     Survey key: 1111
  • Scan and email: complete both pages of the survey that was delivered with your notice letter, scan, and email it to kurt@aag-gis.om with the subject line “Residential RFI.”
  • Drop off: complete both pages of the survey that was delivered with your notice letter and drop it off at Wetaskiwin City Hall (4705 50 Avenue), labelled “Attn: Kurt Hartman or Christa Fortin.”


If you have any further questions about the assessment survey, please contact Kurt Hartman at kurt@aag-gis.com or 877.438.2305.

Click HERE to view a sample of the letter delivered to all affected properties.

Click HERE to view a sample of a survey for a single-family dwelling. Your actual questionnaire may differ slightly, depending on the property type.