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What is the Assessment Notice

The Assessment Notice is NOT a tax notice and does not equal property tax. An Assessment Notice is a notice that is sent to a Ratepayer either every four (4) years after a Re-Valuation (basically a review of the entire Province’s assessment) or anytime there is a change done to a property, including a transfer of ownership.

The Values on the Notice are determined by the Saskatchewan Assessment Management Agency (SAMA) for the Village of Debden.

The notice is telling you what your property is worth. The Assessed Value is not necessarily the Market Value of your property or even what your insurance or bank may consider the value of the property.

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Debden is a village in the boreal forest of central Saskatchewan, Canada. Its location is on Highway 55 it is 94 km from Prince Albert and 194 km from Saskatoon. It is also the administrative headquarters of the Big River Cree First Nations band government.[6]

The population was 358 in the Canada Census of 2011. Most of the people are of Fransaskois origins.[1] The village is at the edge of the Prince Albert National Park and with all the lakes nearby it becomes a very popular spot in the summer months.

(Wikipedia)