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Tax Information


There are 2 principle factors that determine the amount of property tax.

  1. Assessment - Market Value of your property based on 2 years prior. The assessment is determined by the Provincial Assessment Office.
  2. Mill Rate - Determined by the Rural Municipality when the current year's budget is developed.



  • The Provincial Assessment Office is responsible for determining the assessments on all properties.
  • Questions related to the assessment on your property can be directed to the Steinbach Assessment Office at 204-326-9896.
  • You may also access information regarding the assessment of your property by clicking here.

2025 Property Reassessment Open House Dates
The schedule of open houses being held in communities across Manitoba are now available electronically through Manitoba Assessment Online  Inquiries about Property Reassessment can also be sent directly to the assessor. Toll-free numbers are also available at any of the following locations:

















Portage la Prairie












Swan River










Email inquiries regarding Property Reassessment can also be directed to Additional information about property assessment is also available through Manitoba Assessment Online at


Board of Revision

The annual Board of Revision to appeal the 2025 assessment is on Tuesday, October 29, 2024 at 10:00 AM.

Anyone wishing to appeal the 2025 assessment should complete the Application to Appeal form and submit to the municipal office at least 15 days prior (October 15, 2024) to the date of the Board of Revision.  Further information regarding your assessment may be obtained by contacting the Provincial Municipal Assessment Branch at 240-323 Main Street, Steinbach, Manitoba or calling 204-326-9896.

Please quote the roll number that appears at the top right-hand corner of your tax statement.

Board of Revision - Application to Appeal Form



Each year Council for the Municipality develops a budget which outlines the financial plan for the current year. This budget is derived from costs of running the municipality and is divided into the municipalities assessment which generates a mill rate. The mill rate is then applied against the assessment for each individual property which determines the level of tax to be levied on each property.


SPECIAL SERVICE LEVY (Applicable to the Local Urban District Only)

By-Law 6-90 provides for the imposition of a special tax in the form of an annual 6.0 mill levy over all properties within the Local Urban District of La Broquerie.

The funds raised may be used at the discretion of the LUD committee for such expenditures as those outlined in By-Law 6-90 including in part snow removal, grass cutting, dust control, road repairs, street lights, etc.

By-Law 6-90



Although the Rural Municipality of La Broquerie collects taxes on behalf of the local school divisions, please note that the Municipality has no control over the school tax portion of your property tax bill.  It is important that property taxpayers are aware of the fact that school taxes are entirely the responsibility of the Provincial Government and the local School Board. If you have any questions regarding the school tax, please contact your local school board office or school trustee.
  • Seine River School Division No. 14:  204-878-4713
  • Hanover School Division No. 15:  204-326-6471
  • Border Land School Division No. 16:  204-324-6491



  • Property Tax Statements are mailed out in the beginning of summer of each year
  • Supplemental Property Tax Statements are sent and mailed out in spring and fall of each year
  • Payment for all Supplemental Property Tax Statements are due 90 days after the statements are sent out
  • Interest at a rate of 1.25% per month is charged on all overdue accounts
  • Properties in tax arrears for over 2 years qualify for tax sale procedures
  • It is important that the tax office be advised promptly of any change of ownership or mailing address in order to ensure that the tax invoice is properly forwarded.  It should be noted that failure to receive a tax invoice does not excuse an owner from the responsibility for payment of taxes nor relieve that owner from liability for any late payment penalty.



Current taxes are due and payable on or before Friday, September 27, 2024.  All taxes remaining unpaid shall be subject to penalty charges at the rate of 1.25% per month.  Tax arrears must be paid in full before payment can be applied to current taxes. Penalties on arrears as shown on your tax statement are calculated to April 5, 2024.  Please add 1.25% per month commencing on the first day of each month, for payment made after that date.  Penalties of 1.25% will be added to current taxes on the day following the tax due date and the first day of each month thereafter.  Make payments to: The Rural Municipality of La Broquerie, P.O. Box 130, La Broquerie, Manitoba R0A 0W0.

Acceptable forms of payment are cash, cheque, debit and direct deposit (for Caisse Financial Group and Credit Union members only). When paying with debit, please ensure you make prior arrangements with your financial institution increasing your daily maximum withdrawal. We do not accept credit card payments. We accept post-dated cheques to September 27, 2024.
TIPPs Program

The R.M. of La Broquerie is pleased to offer a new option to pay property taxes by doing monthly installment preauthorized payments starting January 15, 2024.  Payments will be divided into twelve (12) equal payments based on 2023 taxes for the first six (6) months until taxes for 2024 are set. There may be an adjustment in the amount of the monthly payment on July 15, 2024 as a result of the R.M. of La Broquerie annual tax levy at which time the monthly payment will be reconciled accordingly for the final six (6) months.

An agreement will be signed by the property owner(s) authorizing the Municipality to automatically withdraw the monthly payment out of the property owner’s bank account. Two (2) weeks notification in writing is required if changing bank information, selling property or if you wish to cancel participation.

Please contact the Municipal Office at 204-424-5251 if you have any questions or if you wish to enroll.

Tax Installment Payment Plan Application Form (English)

Formulaire de demande pour le plan de versement mensuel (Français) 

Please note that we do have a night deposit box however please be aware if dropping your payment after hours and the following day is the 1st of the month, a 1.25% penalty will be applied to your tax account. When making an inquiry about your tax statement, please quote the roll number that appears on the top right-hand corner of your statement.  If your inquiry pertains to school taxes, please contact your local school division office or school trustee. For any further information regarding your taxes please call 204-424-5251.

Provincial Initiatives

Education Property Tax Credit

Residential and farm properties

This year, residential property owners are receiving a 50 per cent rebate on school taxes for 2024 which is applied directly to their property tax notice. 

Farm property owners are receiving a 50 per cent rebate of school taxes for 2024 applied directly to their property tax notice.

Other property owners will receive a 10 per cent rebate of the total school division special levy and education support levy for 2024 applied to their property tax notice.

For a printable copy of the EPTC application form, click here.

For more information, please click here.


Farmland School Tax Rebate 

The deadline to apply for the Farmland School Tax Rebate (FSTR) is legislated as March 31st of the year following the taxation year.
Applications for the FSTR will be accepted as received prior to the deadline until the end of the day on March 31, 2025.
Applications must be received by MASC by the end of the day on March 31, 2025.  Should any of our mutual clients drop off an application at your office, please ensure that it is in our hands by the application deadline, or the client will not receive the rebate.  Applications can be faxed or dropped off at any of our offices.  Click here for the list of locations and fax numbers.
Please call (204) 726-7068 if you would like a 2024 application form to be mailed to you once they are available.


Seniors' School Tax Rebate

The 2024 Rebate will be claimed when you file your 2024 income tax return in the spring of 2025. This means that a separate application for the Rebate is no longer necessary. It also means that in future years, you will be able to make retroactive claims for up to three years.

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