Assessment and Taxation
2023 Tax Instalment Payment Plan
2023 Tax Instalment Payment Plan (TIPP) letters were mailed out December 6, 2022 to those property/business owners who experienced changes in their monthly instalment from 2022.
Contributing factors impacting the TIPP amounts for January 2023 include:
- Changes to assessed values of properties and businesses, resulting from the 2023 Reassessment
- An estimated municipal tax increase of 2.33%
- Estimated mill rates for school taxes, business taxes and BIZ levies and
- A projected decrease in the Education Property Tax Credit (EPTC) from $437.50 in 2022 to $350. 00 in 2023
TIPP payments will be recalculated as part of the 2023 Property and Business Tax billings effective June 1, 2023 for Business Taxes and July 1, 2023 for Property Taxes, using the actual mill rates as set by City Council, School Divisions and the Province of Manitoba.
For more information on the TIPP payments, please visit the TIPP FAQs.
2023 Business Assessment Information
On November 4, 2022, the 2023 Business Assessment Notices will be mailed to businesses in the City of Winnipeg. Please note that 2023 is a general assessment year and every business will receive a Business Assessment Notice. Assessment staff are available to address questions about your assessment.
If you still have concerns about your assessment after speaking with valuation staff, you can file an application for revision to the Board of Revision before the deadline of November 29, 2022 at 4:30 p.m. CDT. If you wish to file an Application for Revision, please visit the Board of Revision website for more information.
2023 Property Assessment Information
The 2023 Property Assessment roll will be delivered on June 3, 2022.
2023 is a general assessment year and every property will receive a Property Assessment Notice. Assessment staff are available to address questions or concerns about your property or other assessment related matters.
If you still have concerns about your assessment after speaking with valuation staff, you can file an application to the Board of Revision before the deadline of June 28, 2022 at 4:30 p.m. If you wish to file an Application for Revision, please visit the Board of Revision website for more information.
2022 Property Tax Bills
On May 12, 2022, Property tax bills will be mailed to all property owners in the City of Winnipeg.
Any property owner who does not receive a tax statement on or after this date should contact the department by calling 311 or toll free 1-877-311-4974.
New property owners are reminded that they are responsible for payment of the 2022 taxes whether or not they received a tax notice in their name.
2022 Real and Personal Property Taxes will be due on or before June 30, 2022.
2022 Business Tax Bills
On April 21, 2022, statement and demands for the 2022 Business Tax were mailed.
Any business owner who does not receive a tax statement should contact the department by calling 311 or toll free 1-877-311-4974.
Businesses that qualify for the Small Business Tax Credit (SBTC) in 2022 and are located within a boundary of a Business Improvement Zone are required to pay the Business Improvement Zone Levy on or before the due date.
2022 Business Taxes will be due on or before May 31, 2022.
Mailing address changes
Update your mailing address with the Assessment and Taxation Department online:Request mailing address change
You can also send a request in writing by:
Assessment and Taxation Department
510 Main St.
Winnipeg, Manitoba R3B 3M2
Name/ownership changes should be directed to Teranet Manitoba – Winnipeg Land Titles and Personal Property Office.
2023 Residential Preview Letters
The 2023 Residential Preview letters will be mailed to property owners on January 6, 2022.
Learn more about the 2023 Preview Program.
Education Property Tax Rebate
The Manitoba government is continuing to phase out education property taxes in 2022 with provincial Education Property Tax Rebate cheques. As part of the Education Property Tax Rebate, the Education Property Tax Credit (EPTC) Advance offered by the Province will be proportionally reduced for 2022 Property Tax billing from a maximum credit of $525 down to a maximum of $437.50 for this year.
Have you recently moved or purchased a new property?
The Education Property Tax Credit (EPTC) and EPTC Self-Declaration Form
If you have recently moved, purchased a new property or do not receive the EPTC credit on your 2022 property tax statement, you will need to complete and return a Self-Declaration form to the City of Winnipeg prior to March 15, 2023 in order to receive the EPTC for 2023 on your 2023 property tax statement. The 2020 EPTC must be claimed via your 2022 income tax filing.
FAQs: Frequently Asked Questions
Find answers to the most frequently asked questions about assessment and taxation.
The Assessment and Taxation Department is responsible for the valuation and classification of all real property, personal property and business occupancies within the City of Winnipeg for the purpose of distributing taxes fairly to the City's citizens.
To provide fair, open, understandable and defensible property valuations and classifications for the equitable distribution of taxation.
The City Assessor
The powers and responsibilities of the City Assessor are detailed in the Municipal Assessment and City of Winnipeg Charter Acts. The City Assessor is a legislative officer and as such adheres to provincial legislation when performing the assessment function. Administratively the Assessment and Taxation Department reports through the Chief Financial Officer to the Chief Administrative Officer and politically to the Standing Committee on Fiscal Issues.
What we do
|Assessment Services||Taxation Services|
1. Property Assessment Information
2. Business Assessment Information
3. Self Service Information
► Sample Property Assessment Notice
► Sample Business Assessment Notice
1. Property Tax Information
2. Business Tax Information
3. Tax Instalment Payment Plan (TIPP)
4. Payment Information
5. Other Taxes Information
6. Self Services Information
► Sample Property Tax Bill
► Sample Business Tax Bill
Taxes not Administered by the Assessment and Taxation Department
There are forms of taxation levied by other levels of government that are not administered by the Assessment and Taxation Department. Examples of these types of taxes include, but are not limited to, the following:
- Personal Income Tax
- Goods and Services Tax (GST)
- Provincial Sales Tax (PST)
For more information on these and other forms of taxes that are administered by the Province of Manitoba or the Government of Canada, please click on the following links:
How we are Organized
The Assessment and Taxation Department is organized into two divisions, each headed by a manager who reports to the Deputy City Assessor who in turn is accountable to the City Assessor. The two divisions are Taxation and Finance, and Assessment Services.