City of North Battleford - Saskatchewan
City Hall Closing to the Public as COVID-19 Precaution
This precautionary measure will protect employees and the public from exposure and the spread of COVID-19
March 19th 2020

North Battleford City Hall will close its doors to the public effective Monday, March 23, 2020. During this indefinite closure, employees at City Hall will continue their usual work and general inquiries can be made by calling 306-445-1700.

This precautionary measure will protect employees and the public from exposure and the spread of COVID-19.

Payment Options
Heavy Haul Permits, Parking Fines, Taxes, Utility Bills, Accounts Receivables and Criminal Record Checks can all be paid online at the City’s website. Individuals and businesses can make their payments at this link
www.cityofnb.ca/city_government/administration/pay_your_bills_and_fines.html

Utility bills and property taxes can be set up for automatic monthly direct debit payments that are averaged for the year. The Water Installment Payment Plan Service (WIPPS) and the Tax Installment Payment Plan Service (TIPPS) forms can be accessed from this link www.cityofnb.ca/resident_services/taxes_utilities/make_payment.html. Completed forms and a scan/high-quality image of a void cheques can be submitted by email. Send the WIPPS documents to ub@cityofnb.ca and TIPPS documents to taxes@cityofnb.ca.

For those who have to make payment by cheque, use the drop box at City Hall at the corner of 13th Avenue and 101st Street, or send it by mail to PO Box 460, North Battleford S9A 2Y6.

Utility Connections and Disconnections
Utility disconnections and connections can be completed by phone during the closure of City Hall, call 306-445-1700.

Permits and Business Licenses
Individuals looking to purchase permits and business licenses can arrange those over the phone by calling 306-445-1700.

Council Meetings

The City Council meeting scheduled for Monday, March 23rd has been cancelled. The City of North Battleford is working to establish Council meetings through electronic means with the assurance of providing accessibility to the public.

COVID-19 Information
Avoid misinformation, rumours and bad information by getting the most accurate and up-to-date information from the Government of Saskatchewan about the COVID-19 virus. Please visit www.saskatchewan.ca/covid19 today.

For more information:

Dustin Tungilik MacDonald, Communications Administrator
306-445-1713 | dmacdonald@cityofnb.ca

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