Taxes

Tax notices were sent out June 5,  2017. Please contact the office if you did not receive your tax notice within a reasonable time frame.

Online banking is available for Credit Unions, Royal Bank, BMO, TD, and CIBC customers only. Your property roll number will function as your account number.

Interac, VISA, and MasterCard are available for property tax payments.

Other methods of payment include: cash, cheque, or money order. Cheques and money orders can mailed to:

Town of Strasbourg, Box 369, Strasbourg, SK S0G 4V0

Otherwise, you can stop in at the office at #1-200 Mountain Street in Strasbourg from Monday to Friday, 8:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

 

Discounts

*Note – As of a January 1, 2013 government resolution, discounts no longer apply to the school portion of the taxes.  Discounts only apply to the municipal tax portion.

Taxes paid by June 30 – 6% discount

Taxes paid by July 31 – 5% discount

Taxes paid by August 31 – 4% discount

Taxes paid by September 30 – 3% discount

Taxes paid by October 31 – 2% discount

Taxes paid by November 30 – 1% discount

Taxes paid by December 31 – 0% discount

Taxes are due December 31, 2017.                                                              Penalty will be applied January 1, 2018 at 1% interest per month.

 

Base Tax – All Properties

As per Bylaw No. 375/17, all taxable properties are to be levied as follows:

Agricultural Land – $750.00

Agricultural Impr – $750.00

Agricultural Land & Impr – $750.00

Residential Land – $750.00

Residential Impr – $1,200.00

Residential Land & Impr – $1,200.00

Commercial Land – $1,100.00

Commercial Impr – $1,100.00

Commercial Land & Impr – $1,100.00

375-17 A Bylaw to Establish a Base Tax

 

Municipal & Educational Mill Rates

As per Resolution 93/2017 at the April 26, 2017 Town of Strasbourg Council Meeting, the municipal mill rate is set at 3 mills.

The Town of Strasbourg also passed a Mill Rate Factor Bylaw with mill rate factors as follows:

Agricultural Mill Rate Factor 1.0 (Factored mill rate – 3.0)

Residential Mill Rate Factor – 0.66 (Factored mill rate – 2.0)

Commercial Mill Rate Factor – 0.20 (Factored mill rate – 0.6)

376-17 A Bylaw to Establish a Mill Rate Factor

As per the Government of Saskatchewan, the confirmed 2017 education property tax mill rates are as follows:

Agricultural Property – 1.43 mills

Residential Property – 4.12 mills

Commercial/Industrial Property – 6.27 mills

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