Property Owner mailing address or change of name

Land titles: tax bills and assessment notices

It is the property owner’s responsibility to keep the Land Titles record accurate.

The Summer Village’s source of property ownership and mailing address information for assessment notices and tax bills is a property’s Certificate of Title as registered with the Province of Alberta Land Titles Office.​

Under the Municipal Government Act Section 337, once mailed, a tax bill is considered to have been received after seven days. Non-receipt of your property tax bill does not exempt you from late payment penalties.

Property owner mailing address changes

Mailing address changes must be made in writing with the Province of Alberta Land Titles Office using the Province’s Notice of Change of Address for Service form. Changes made to your land title are received electronically by The Summer Village of Ghost Lake from the Province of Alberta Land Titles Office.

Note: Province of Alberta Land Titles Office will not take change requests over the phone.

Property owner name changes

All ownership changes to a title, including changes due to marriage, divorce, death, legal name change, spelling corrections or adding/removing an owner must be made in writing using the appropriate forms with the Province of Alberta Land Titles Office. Changes made to your land title are received electronically by The Summer Village of Ghost Lake from the Province of Alberta Land Titles Office.

Administration & General

Change of Contact Download Form
Resident Comment / Suggestion Form Download Form
Bylaw Complaint Download Form
Tree Permit Application Download Form
Emergency Phone Broadcast Changes Download Form
Expense Reimbursement Form Download Form
Community Hall Rental Form Download Form