Property Taxes

Property Taxes

The Town of Carberry's taxation year runs from January 1st - December 31st.

Deadline for payment

Property taxes are due September 30th
Penalties of 1.25% late fees will be charged on unpaid taxes and will be added the first business day of every month after September 30th.

Payment Options

Mail: Enclose the bottom of your tax bill with your cheque or money order made payable to:
Town of Carberry
Box 130
Carberry, MB 
R0K 0H0
Note: payments are recorded on the date they are received, not mailed, so ensure you post in sufficient time for delivery.

Post dated Cheques: Post dated cheques can  be mailed  to the above address or dropped off at the office at any time.

In Person: Our office is located at 44 Main Street, Carberry
Please bring your tax notice(s) with you.
We accept cheques, cash, or debit.
We DO NOT accept payments by Credit Card.

Online Banking: When adding Town of Carberry as your payee, search for "Town of Carberry".
Your account number is your roll number ( do not enter the decimal). If your roll number is only 5 digits and you need 9, enter zeros (0) in front of your roll number to make up a total of 9 numbers.

E-transfer:  We have auto deposit for e-transfers. Please use email address town@townofcarberry.ca or contact the office for more information.
***Please note there are daily limits for e-transfers, so pay early!***

Our office accepts prepayments in any amount for taxes throughout the year. 

Early bird rates: 1.5% to June 30th, 1% to July 31st and 0.5% to August 31st.

Tax Statements

Tax statements are mailed out annually in June. If you are moving, please provide your new civic address and complete mailing address. It is crucial that the Town is promptly informed of any change in ownership or mailing address to ensure proper forwarding of the tax statement.

If you receive a tax bill for a property you no longer own due to a change in ownership, please forward the tax bill to the current owner or return it to the Town Administrative Office immediately. Please note that not receiving a bill does not exempt an owner from the responsibility of paying taxes or from liability for any late payment penalties.

NEW! Manitoba School Tax Affordability Rebate Program

The Manitoba Government is introducing the School Tax Affordability Rebate directly on the property tax bill for 2024. Residential and farm property owners will receive a 50% rebate on their school division tax levy, which will be applied directly to their tax bill, reducing a portion of their school taxes. Other properties will receive a 10% rebate on the combined total of the school division special levy and the education support levy, also applied directly to their tax bill. No application is required.
MB Education Property Tax REBATE Information Website

Manitoba Education Property Tax Credit Program

The Manitoba Government offers an Education Property Tax Credit of up to $350.00. If this credit is not already applied to your municipal property tax statement, you can claim it on your personal income tax return. To do so, use the Manitoba Income Tax Form MB479 – Manitoba Credits.
 

Savings for Seniors

If you are 65 or older by the end of the year, you may be eligible for extra savings from the Manitoba government to help with your education property taxes. You can claim these credits on your personal income tax return using Manitoba Income Tax Form MB479 – Manitoba Credits.