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We take pride in being able to transact with the members of our community in an efficient way. 

Learning about how our accounts operations work makes it easier for you and our organization to conduct our business transparently.

As a member of our community, you can expect clean and honest service from the Town of Drumheller.


Accounts Payable

To begin, accounts payable is defined as an amount that your municipal government is required to pay you.

The Accounts Payable department pays any accounts owing preferably by statement supported by invoice.

Your invoices and statements can be e-mailed to AccountsPayable@dinosaurvalley.com

Access online accounts payable here.


Accounts Receivable

Accounts receivable refers to an amount that you owe your municipal government.

Land related charges such as snow or weed removal, cleanup orders, and legal actions are charged directly to, and form part of, your property taxes.

If the Town is aware of unusual activity related to the property, utility bills unpaid after 90 days or prior are transferred from your utility account to your property tax account.

The receivables for Property Taxes and Utility Bills are maintained in their own departments.

The miscellaneous Accounts Receivable is used for other items such as bulk water, custom work, and insurance claims to name a few examples.

Access online accounts receivable here.


Have questions? No problem!

To avoid confusion or for further information, please contact us at (403) 823-1314.

We will do our best to clarify the details to further expedite our transactions with you.


We strive to actively engage service and product providers in our community to building a strong economy.

Looking to partner with the Town on a project?

Please watch this section for any Requests for Quotes, Requests for Proposals, and Requests for Tenders the Town may have open.

You may also check out the Alberta Purchasing Connection for more information.

Working with us is a great opportunity for both our organizations to reach success. Partner with us today! 


We understand that acquiring a tax certificate plays an important role in your life as responsible home owner.

Looking to sell your home or refinance your mortgage? You are going to need a tax certificate to show that your taxes are current.

A Tax Certificate is a document outlining the total taxes for your property.

It specifically details information on your outstanding balance that may be due in the future if already billed.

If you are registered with us as a law firm, you can obtain a tax certificate by using our online service.

To begin using this, you must set-up an account with us by calling our general phone line at (403) 823-6300.

From here, we will be able to give you your account details that will allow you to order one online.

We accept cheques at the Town for each order; thus, making it convenient for you to transact with us.

On another note, your Accounts Receivable will be automatically billed the current fee.

Otherwise, you can attend Town Hall to obtain the Tax Certificate directly.

Please be advised that items that are land based may be charged directly to, and become part of, the property taxes.

These include snow or weed removal, cleanup orders, legal actions, and unpaid utility bills

Please verify the balance owing by telephone with Town Hall for items that might not have yet been charged to the property taxes.

Getting a tax certificate with us is an experience that we would like you to enjoy.

If you have any questions or concerns regarding Tax Certificates, you may reach us at (403) 823-6300.

Our dedicated clerks at Town Hall will do their best to address your inquiries.


The Corporate Services Department is responsible for areas such as:

  • Operating and Capital Budgets;
  • Financial Planning and Administration;
  • Payroll;
  • Information Systems with computers, telephones, internet, and office equipment;
  • The Information and Cashier Counter at Town Hall; 
  • The billing and collection of Accounts Receivable, Property Taxes, and Utilities, and;
  • Payments of Accounts Payables.

Learn more about this department by checking out the following sections: 


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