Has Canada Post Changed Your Address?
Recently, some residents within Foothills County received notification from Canada Post that their mailing address was changing. Canada Post's intent of this change is to match the physical (civic) address to the mailing address for rural residents. If you’ve received this notification from Canada Post, it is your responsibility to notify the Land Titles Office with your address change, legal name changes and spelling corrections to your Certificate of Title.
For information on how to update your address change with the Land Titles Office, contact:
Land Titles Office: 403.297.6511
Alberta Government Services Bldg.
2nd Floor, 710-4th Avenue SW
Calgary, AB T2P 0K3
If your new address from Canada Post has a Foothills or Heritage Pointe postal code, please check and ensure your new address matches your civic (911) address. If they do not, please contact Foothills County at 403.603.6241.
Canada Post inquiries: 1.866.607.6301
Property tax: change of name or mailing address
Land titles and tax bills
It is the property owner's responsibility to keep the Land Titles record accurate.
Under the Municipal Government Act Section 337, once mailed, a tax bill is considered to have been received after seven days.
The County’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.
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 Foothills County from the Province of Alberta Land Titles Office.
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.
- To find appropriate form, visit this link: Province of Alberta Land Titles Office
- Select > Introduction to Land Titles and Procedures manual,
- then select > Appendices to find the correct form to fill.
- Changes made to your land title are received electronically by Foothills County from the Province of Alberta Land Titles Office.
Note: Province of Alberta Land Titles Office will not take change requests over the phone.
Contact the Alberta Land Titles Office for forms & instructions:
Alberta Government Services
Calgary Land Titles Office, Box 7575
Calgary, AB, T2P 2R4
Website: Alberta Land Titles