Property Taxes and Assessment

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The Rural Municipality of Lac du Bonnet taxation year runs from January to December. 

2020 Property taxes are due on September 11th, 2020 (No discount is offered for early payment) 

Tax statements are mailed out a minimum of 30 days prior to the due date each year.

Penalties of 1.25% per month are added to any outstanding taxes on the first of every month.  
Failure to receive a bill does NOT excuse an owner from responsibility for payment of taxes nor relieve that owner from liability for any late payment penalty.

Supplementary tax statements will be issued to properties that have changes in assessment due to new construction or renovations which were not reflected on the annual tax statements and will be mailed out by the end of August.

If you are moving, please provide us with your new civic address and complete mailing address. To make address changes online please see: Change of address

If an ownership change occurs and you receive a tax bill for a property you no longer own, please forward the tax bill to the current owner or return it immediately to the Municipal office.

If you purchased a property this year and you did not receive a tax statement, please contact the Municipal office at 204-345-2619 and we will send you a copy.

Calculating Property Taxes 

Property taxes are calculated by multiplying the Mill rate and your Portioned Assessment 

Portioned Assessment/1000 x Mill Rate = Tax Amount 

Under the authority of the Public Schools Act of Manitoba Section 187 and 188, all Rural Municipalities are required to collect and remit School Taxes on behalf of the School Division in their area. 

2020 Tax Information 

Education Support Levy - Other8.828
Sunrise School Division 13.729
General Municipal10.380


Building Reserve Fund0.050
Road Reconstruction Reserve Fund0.503
Machinery Replacement Reserve Fund0.288
Fire Fighter Equipment Reserve Fund0.194

Total 2020 Mill Rates 


Property Assessment 

All properties within the Rural Municipality of Lac du Bonnet are assessed by the Municipal Assessment Branch in Selkirk, MB. Properties within Manitoba are assessed at market value in accordance with The Municipal Assessment Act

The Province of Manitoba Property Search Database provides assessment details for properties within Manitoba. (

In accordance with the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act, personal identifiers are not included. 

If you have questions regarding your tax assessment, please contact the Municipal Assessment Branch in Selkirk at 204-785-5092 or (Toll Free) 1-866-262-9786.

Appealing Property Assessments and Board of Revision 

If you would like to appeal your property assessment, please contact the Municipal Assessment Branch in Selkirk at 204-785-5092 or (Toll Free) 1-866-262-9786. 

If you still do not agree with your property assessment after speaking with an assessor, you may apply for a revision of the assessment to the Board of Revision. For more information please see:

Applications for Board of Revision must be submitted in writing by Monday August 31, 2020 at 4:30 pm

Application for Board of Revision Form

Under Section 43(1) of The Municipal Assessment Act, applications must include: 

  • the roll number and legal description of the property;
  • your reason for appealing, and;
  • your name, mailing address, and telephone number 

The Board of Revision will take place September 16, 2020 at 6:00 pm in the Rural Municipality of Lac du Bonnet Council Chambers. 

Property Tax Credits

Education Property Tax Credit  (EPTC)

The Manitoba Government's Education Property Tax Credit (EPTC) is provided by the province of Manitoba to help cover the school taxes you pay up to $700.  If you did not receive the EPTC, but believe that you qualify, please contact our office or the Manitoba Tax Assistance Office.

To apply for the EPTC please fill out an EPTC self assessment form and return it to our Municipal office.

Please note: EPTC self assessment forms received after the printing of the current years Property Tax Bills will not appear on the current years Property Tax Bill. If you have an EPTC change after the printing of the current years Property Tax Bill please submit your application through your personal income tax return. 

Education Property Tax Credit  - Self Assessment Form

For more information regarding the EPTC please see:

For more information regarding Property Tax Credits please contact:

Manitoba Tax Assistance Office

Phone: 204-948-2115
Toll-Free: 1-800-782-0771

Senior’s School Tax Rebate 

The Senior's School Tax Rebate is available if you or your spouse/common-law partner:

  • are 65 years of age or older by the end of the year (December 31);
  • own your home, or are liable for paying the school taxes on your principal residence;
  • live in your home; and 
  • are a resident of Manitoba. 

You can claim your rebate when you file your income tax return. 

For more information please see:

For more information regarding Property Tax Credits please contact:

Manitoba Tax Assistance Office

Phone: 204-948-2115
Toll-free 1-800-782-0771

Farmland School Tax Rebate

The Manitoba government is offering a rebate and landowners are required to submit an annual application to Manitoba Agricultural Services Corporation (MASC). The rebate applies only to the school taxes assessed on your farmland and does not apply to residences or buildings.

Due to COVID-19 the deadline to apply for the 2019 Farmland School Tax Rebate has been extended to September 21, 2020. 

For more information please visit the Manitoba Agricultural Services Corporation website

Tax Certificates

Tax Certificates can be requested by email at or by fax 204-345-6716
Tax Certificates cost $25.00 and cheques can be addressed to the Rural Municipality of Lac du Bonnet.

# 4187 - PR 317, P.O. Box 100
Lac du Bonnet, Manitoba  R0E 1A0