The land that Half Moon Bay is now situated on was Crown Land until 1947, when Helge Samuel Abrahamson bought it under the Homestead Act and remained until 1960. He then sold 30 acres to Dave McCutcheon and Paul Galoien, who had the property subdivided into three crescents and one street. Half Moon Bay was incorporated as a Summer Village on November 7, 1977 and became effective on January 1, 1978. This made Half Moon Bay the 35th Summer Village to be formed in Alberta. Half Moon Bay consists of 67 lots, 64 of which have homes. There has been minimal development.
MAILING OF COMBINED ASSESSMENT AND TAX NOTICES
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE ASSESSMENT ROLL AND TAXATION ROLL of the Summer Village of Half Moon Bay, made under provisions of the Municipal Government Act, have been prepared. Combined Assessment and Taxation Notices have been mailed on May 22, 2019. Please contact the Summer Village Administration Office if you have not received your notice and a printed copy can be picked up during regular office hours.
All utilities applicable will be put onto the tax rolls November 30th, 2019.
A penalty of 18% will be assessed onto total tax balances as of December 31st, 2019.
Any questions or concerns can be directed to the Finance Department (403) 887-2822
2019 Property Tax & Assessment Notice Confirmation Letter
The Summer Village of Half Moon Bay is pleased to offer the residents the ability to pay taxes on a monthly basis. The links below provide information to assist in through the process. Tina would be happy to answer any questions you may have.
Please note: You must be registered by December 31st in order to participate in the coming year.
March 15 - April 30
NO HEAVY VEHICLES
*Heavy vehicles are any vehicle whose gross vehicle weight exceeds 5,500 kg or whose length exceeds 10m. Motor-homes or recreation vehicles shall be excluded from being considered heavy vehicles.
May 1 - March 14
If you require an overweight permit please contact Road Data at 403-341-7466.