Whether you're new to the County, or you have a change in your County address, it is important to keep your information updated. You need to keep your address up to date with both Parkland County and Land Titles. If you move or buy a property within the County, be sure both organizations receive your up to date address information.
When you purchase a property in Parkland County we will be automatically notified of the change in ownership from Land Titles. However, it is your responsibility to make sure that your correct mailing address is registered with Land Titles.
If you need to change your mailing address you must complete a Change of Address form and return it to us.
Documents and links
- Change of Address Form - Parkland County
- Change of Address Form - Land Titles (Original form to be mailed to Land Titles)
- Sample Land Titles Change of Address Form (filled In)
Who do I have to change my address with?
|You have to change your address with both Parkland County and Land Titles. Be sure to complete both change of address forms and submit them to the respective places.|
What happens if you do not have the correct mailing address?
|You may not receive your Property Assessment and Taxation Notice, or any other correspondence from Parkland County.|
What if I don't receive my Tax Notice?
|Failure to receive your Tax Notice is not sufficient reason for not paying your property taxes on time. Penalties will incur as per the tax rate penalty bylaw.|
Why do I have to change my address with Land Titles?
|It is very important that Land Titles has your correct mailing address. If they do not have a correct address they cannot notify you of any changes to your certificate of title, such as liens, caveats and tax notifications. To change your mailing address at Land Titles you must complete the form and mail it to them at: Box 3140, Edmonton, AB T5J 2G7.|