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Assessment and Taxation

2025 Residential Preview Program

The 2025 Residential Preview Program runs from January 15 to March 8, 2024.

Preview Program Timeline
January 11, 2024 Preview Letters mailed to most Residential Property Owners
January 15, 2024 – March 8, 2024 Telephone appointments available with Assessment staff
May 13, 2024 2025 Assessed Values available on website
June 5, 2024 2025 Assessment Notices mailed to all Property Owners

Residential Preview Letters

On January 11, 2024, the Assessment and Taxation Department will be sending out preview letters in order to advise residential property owners what their preliminary assessed value will be for 2025. The 2025 assessed values will be based on market values as at April 1, 2023 and it will come into effect for the 2025 tax year

Please note, the values proposed are preliminary and may be subject to change.

Telephone Appointments

If you have questions or concerns about the 2025 proposed assessed value of your property or the assessment process, book an appointment to speak with assessment staff.

If the person attending the appointment is not the Registered Owner an Authorization Form must be submitted prior to the appointment.

How to prepare for your appointment

  • Write down the questions you would like to ask the staff member
  • Be prepared to discuss your property’s current condition and attributes
  • Provide any appraisals/estimates of property value from a professional appraiser or realtor
  • Provide any repair estimates/invoice amounts for major repairs (does not include general repair and maintenance items)
  • Present sales of similar properties that sold on or before April 1, 2023, including address, sale price and sale date. Comparisons of assessments are not evidence of market value and will not be considered by valuation staff

2025 Assessed Values

On May 13, 2024, property owners can view their 2025 assessed values on the website using the following methods:

On June 5, 2024 the 2025 Assessment notices will be mailed to all property owners.

Additional information


Why is the City sending out residential preview letters?

As part of the 2025 General Assessment, preliminary assessed values have been established for residential property types including single-family and condominium properties. The residential preview letters provide property owners an opportunity to preview their proposed assessed values for 2025.

What is the Reference Date?

The Provincially mandated reference date for the 2025 General Assessment is April 1, 2023. In other words, the 2025 market value represents the expected selling price of that property on April 1, 2023.

What is the median residential market value change from 2023 General Assessment to 2025 General Assessment?

The median assessed value increase for residential property types range from 4% to 13% depending on market region.

How will the change in my assessment affect my 2025 property taxes?

The 2025 tax rates are unknown until early 2025. This is when City Council, the school divisions, and the Province of Manitoba set their various budgets and resulting tax rates are calculated. 2025 tax bills mailed out in May 2025 will indicate tax amounts based on these rates.

It is important to remember that an increase in the market value of a specific property does not necessarily result in a proportionate increase in the level of property taxes.

How do I access residential sales information?

Self Service – Residential sales information provides access to residential sales information.

Last update: January 9, 2024

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