Information for Taxpayers
2017 Residential Mill Rate is 4.216 (municipal and library) plus 4.12 (education mill rate) for a total Mill Rate of 8.336.
2017 Commercial Mill Rate is 4.216 (municipal and library) plus 6.27 (education mill rate) for a total Mill Rate of 10.486.
- Taxes are due December 31 of each year.
- Property owners will continue to receive an assessment and tax notice from their municipality as they have in the past. The municipality will continue to receive property tax payments and remit EPT to the appropriate school division as required by law.
- The amount owed for EPT will appear on the municipal tax notice. In addition to tax information normally provided by the municipality in previous years, the tax notice will include EPT rates for prescribed property classes – agriculture, residential, commercial/industrial and resource.
- As of January 1, 2013 discounts and incentives are no longer applicable to EPT. Penalties may still be applied to EPT and the penalty rates are established by the municipality.
- Municipalities will retain the option to offer or not offer an incentive (discount/rebate) on the municipal portion of the property tax bill.
- Contact your municipality regarding:
- paying your taxes through a pre-payment plan.
- the assessed value of your property.
- declaring your tax support for a separate school division (applicable where a separate school division opts to levy EPT).
eNotice Tax Notice Available
This allows residents to receive Tax Notices and Assessment Notices via email.
Any resident interested must register by completing the Consent Form and returning it to the office either:
– in person
– in our drop slot
– by mail to Box 10, Regina Beach, SK S0G 4C0 or
– via email to email@example.com
Tax payment Options
Tax payments may be made by cash, cheque, interact, post-dated cheques, and through your online banking.
You must add the payees Town of Regina Beach-Tax and Town of Regina Beach-Utility. You can contact your local bank if you have questions.
It is your responsibility to ensure payments are made to the correct account. Tax payments to the tax account and the water to the utilities account. Failure to do this could mean that your taxes could be paid to your water account or vice versa.
If you own more than one property you must create a separate payee and account number for each property. This will make it clear to the office the amount of money you are allocating to each account.