1 Statement Date
Mailing date of the statement
2 Roll Number
Property Identification Number
3 Property Address Information
This includes the address of the property as well as the registered owner(s) name
4 Title No
Certificate of title number register at Winnipeg Land Titles Office
5 Mortgage No
Mortgage Company name and reference number (if applicable)
6 Part of lot: Lot/Block/Plan/Parish
This is the legal description of the property
7 Status Code
Informs of the liability type of the property. Examples Taxable, Grant, Exempt
Type of Property. Examples: Residential, Farm Use Value, Designated Recreational Property, Other
9 Portion %
This determines what percentage of the assessed value you are taxed at.
10 Assessed Value
The value of the property
11 Portioned Assessment
This is your taxable assessment. It is determined by multiplying the portion % by the assessed value
12 School Taxes
This is the calculation of school taxes. School Taxes = Portioned Assessment x School Division Mill Rate / 1,000
13 Manitoba Education Property Tax Credit (EPTC) Advance
This is a credit from the Provincial government. The residential property must be owner occupied as at January 1 of the current year in order to receive this credit.
14 Net School Taxes
Net School taxes are the sum of the school taxes and the Manitoba Education Property Tax Credit. The City remits this money to the individual school divisions.
15 City of Winnipeg Municipal Taxes
This is the calculation of municipal taxes. Municipal Taxes = Portioned Assessment x Municipal Mill Rate / 1,000
16 Street Renewal Levy
These are frontage levies for the maintenance and repair of existing infrastructure.
17 Local Improvement Levy
The Local Improvement is only charged to properties that are located within an area that has requested the City to do work.
18 Total Municipal Taxes
This is the total taxes charged by the City. This is the sum of the Municipal Taxes and other charges
19 Net Property Taxes
This is the sum of the Total Municipal Tax and the Net School Taxes
20 Arrears or Credits
Arrears balance is an amount outstanding at the time of billing. This can include but not limited to unpaid taxes, penalties, unpaid water bills, NSF fees etc.
Credits may also appear here on your bill and will appears as a negative amount. This could be related to your TIPP payments, prepayment of your taxes etc.
21 Balance Owing
This is the amount outstanding at the time of bill production in April. If there are arrears on your account, your outstanding balance for the end of June will be different than as shown on the bill.
22 Total Taxes Due
This is a summary of all the bill calculations for easy reference.
23 Important Messages
Messages to property owners are listed in this section. It is very important to read this section for your bill.
24 Remittance Stub
This is the portion of the bill that is returned with your payment. Please note that if you are a TIPP or mortgage customer the balance owing will be paid by either automatic withdrawal or by your mortgage company.