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Assessment and Taxation

September 30, 2022 is National Day for Truth and Reconciliation and the 311 counters at 510 Main St. and 170 Goulet St. will be closed.

Tax payments due in September should be made in person before Friday, September 30 to avoid penalties.

Payment Options

There are a number of ways to pay your annual property and/or business taxes.

Please note that the Assessment and Taxation Department does not offer the option of paying taxes using a credit card, however, you may be able to pay your property taxes using a third party service provider, please see the section below regarding On-line Credit Card Payments.

Join our TIPP Program

Join the monthly payment plan at anytime. You can arrange to pay your annual tax bill by way of equal monthly payments for the remainder of the year. Please contact our Customer Service Call Centre at 311 or toll free 1-877-311-4974 for further details or refer to the Tax Instalment Payment Plan (TIPP).

At your Bank or Credit Union

You may pay in person or by electronic banking (telephone or personal computer) through arrangements you have made with your financial institution. To avoid late payment penalty charges, please ensure arrangements are made so that your payment is received by the due date.

Note: If you currently are, or become, an online payment customer, remember to change your account number (roll number) with your financial institution should you sell or move from your existing property. The roll number is your account number and is required for this process.

Online Credit Card Payment

Property Tax Bills only

The City of Winnipeg – Assessment and Taxation Department does not offer the option of paying taxes using a credit card. However, you may be able to use a third-party service provider that offers additional payment methods, including credit cards. The provider that offers the credit card method at this time is listed below for your convenience and the third-party providers charge a fee for their service.

Avoid late fees! Even if you pay today, the Assessment and Taxation Department may not receive your payment today. The transfer will typically take place within three to six days. However, you may encounter additional delays. Please contact the third-party service provider for more information. The Assessment and Taxation Department may charge you penalties or interest or both if your payment is late.

You are responsible for making sure the Assessment and Taxation Department receives your payment by the payment due date. If you are using a third-party service provider, you must clearly understand the terms and conditions of the services you are using. Also, links to other websites, or references on this website to products, services, or publications other than those of the Assessment and Taxation Department are provided only for the convenience of Assessment and Taxation website users. The Assessment and Taxation Department does not endorse these products, services, or publications.

Credit Card – FAQs

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Can I use my credit card to pay my property and/or business taxes?
  • The City of Winnipeg does not offer the option of paying taxes using a credit card, however you can use a third party service provider that offers this payment option for property taxes only.
If I can pay using a third party provider can I pay my property taxes at City Hall using my credit card?
  • No, this payment option is only available through the third party service provider.
Are there any fees associated with using the third party service provider?
  • Yes, the service provider charges a service fee.  This fee remains with the third party service provider and the City of Winnipeg receives the payment amount as outlined on your payment submission.  For information about current service fees, please refer to www.Plastiq.com.

ePost

Canada Post has confirmed ePost™ will be discontinued by the end of 2022. The Assessment and Taxation Department will continue to use ePost services for the delivery of the 2022 annual property and business tax billing. The Assessment and Taxation Department is currently exploring alternative service deliveries in order to provide an on-line presence.

With the program planned to be discontinued it is uncertain how long new sign ups will be accepted. You can sign up to receive and pay your tax bill where you already do your online banking at participating financial institutions or sign up at ePost™ if available. Since epost™ is brought to you by Canada Post, you know that your tax bills are secure, private and protected.

To ensure you receive your annual tax bill online, we must be able to validate your subscription by April 1st.

Note: If you currently are, or become, an online payment customer, remember to change your account number (roll number) with your financial institution should you sell or move from your existing property. The roll number is your account number and is required for this process.

Mail

Mail a cheque or money order payable to the City of Winnipeg together with the bottom stub portion of the tax bill to:

The City of Winnipeg
Assessment and Taxation Department
510 Main St.
Winnipeg, Manitoba R3B 3M2

Note: Please ensure your envelope is postmarked on or before the due date. Post dated cheques are accepted only if the cheque is dated for the due date or earlier. Late payment penalties are added to property taxes that miss this payment deadline.

In person at one of our 311 counters

In-person tax payments can be made by cash, debit, or cheque.

Susan A. Thompson Building

510 Main St.

Hours

8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Monday to Friday
Closed holidays

Accès–Access Saint-Boniface

170 Goulet St.

Hours

8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Monday to Friday
Closed holidays
de 8 h 30 à 16 h 30
du lundi au vendredi
Fermé les jours fériés

Assessment and Taxation Building

Assessment & Taxation’s front counter at 457 Main St. is closed until further notice.

Courier

For the duration of the closure of the Assessment and Taxation offices at 457 Main St., payment may be sent by courier to:

City of Winnipeg
311 Counter
Main Floor, 510 Main St.
(Susan A. Thompson Building)
Winnipeg, Manitoba R3B 3M2

After hours

Drop an envelope containing a cheque or money order together with the bottom portion of the tax bill in the mail slot located on the Main Floor - 510 Main St. (Susan A. Thompson Building) at the James Avenue entrance nearest to King Street.

Last update: August 8, 2022

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