Winnipeggers can soon expect to receive property tax bill in mail

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WINNIPEG — It’s not the mail you may be excited to open, but Winnipeggers can soon expect to receive their property tax bill.

The city is mailing more than 220,000 property tax bills Thursday.

The deadline for paying them is June 30.

The tax bill includes the annual property tax brochure, and has information such as methods of payment and penalties if you don’t reach the deadline.

You can pay a number of different ways, such as:

  • Tax Installment Payment Plan (TIPP)
  • In-person at your bank
  • Online or by telephone banking through your bank
  • By courier
  • In person at City Hall, 510 Main Street or at the Bilingual Service Centre, 170 Goulet. In person payment methods are cash, cheque or money order
  • Using the drive-by service from June 28 to 30, between the hours of 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. The drive-by service is located at the corner of James Avenue and King Street.

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