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Paying Your Taxes

There are many options to pay your property taxes.

Pay online using:

  • Credit Card
  • Visa Debit


Come to City Hall, 1291-101st Street to make payment. We are open Monday to Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., closed for statutory holidays.

We accept payment by:

  • Cash
  • Cheque
  • Money order
  • Debit card

You can set up different ways to pay your taxes through your bank. Make sure you have your 12-digit account number when you set up payment.

Your tax account number is found on the top left corner of your tax notice, under the City's contact information. 

You can drop off payment anytime in our secure drop box. This is at City Hall, 1291-101st Street, in a slot by the door that is closest to the corner of 13th Avenue and 101st Street.

Include your payment stub with your payment in a sealed envelope.

Accepted drop box payments:

  • Cash
  • Cheque
  • Money order

Set up pre-authorized property tax payments with the Tax Installment Payment Plan Service (TIPPS). TIPPS uses your previous year's billing and averages it into monthly payments. Our tax clerk will notify you if payments need to be adjusted.

Payment is done by direct withdrawal from your bank account on the 10th of each month or the following business day.

To sign up for TIPPS you will need to:

  • Make sure your account is currently paid
  • Fill out the TIPPS application
  • Send scan or high-quality picture of a void cheque to our Tax Clerk. If you do not use cheques, your bank can give you an alternative document.

Do not mail cash.

Include your payment stub with your payment in a sealed envelope.

Mail to:
City of North Battleford
PO Box 460
North Battleford SK 
S9A 2Y6

Reminder service

We offer a free text message reminder service for past due tax accounts. Automated reminders are sent to people to remind them they have a past due bill, to help them avoid tax penalty. Sign up by sending us an email with:

  • the civic address of the account
  • A cellphone number that the reminder will be sent to

Late payment

Penalties are calculated using our Tax Penalties Bylaw.

Payment of current taxes is required to be made on or before the [DATE] day of [MONTH].

A penalty of 1.8% monthly applies to any outstanding tax amounts owing.

The following applies to any taxes unpaid after December 31st :

  • On January 1, a 10% penalty charge of the total tax arrears.
  • On the 1st of each month thereafter, a 1% penalty charge of the total tax arrears.

If any taxes remain unpaid of any of the year(s) taxes, there shall be additional penalty.

  • On January 1, a 10% charge of the total tax arrears.
  • On the 1st of each month thereafter, a 1% penalty charge of the total tax arrears.

Frequently Asked Questions

View this sample tax notice to learn how to read your tax notice.

At the bottom right of your tax notice it will list the total amount due for your property.

If you have made partial payment on your taxes, call us at 306-445-1700 to get your outstanding balance.

Provincial legislation states all properties must be revalued every four years. The last revaluation year in North Battleford was 2021. Any additional adjustment would be due to a change in the size of the land or change to the improvements (for example: demolition of a garage, addition of a deck, finished basement, etc.).

The next revaluation is scheduled for 2025.

Yes, it is a civil obligation to contribute to schools. Owners may choose which school division they wish to support.

No penalties or interest charges are levied on a TIPPS account in good standing. If you withdraw from TIPPS or are terminated for NSF reasons, all balances become due and payable and are subject to prevailing interest penalties.

You may withdraw from the program by giving written notice at least 2 weeks before the next payment is due. Call 306-445-1700 to start that process.

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