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Taxes 101


Properties in Manitoba are assessed every two years to ensure assessment values keep pace with  changing real estate market values. 

In Manitoba, property is assessed at market value in accordance with The Municipal Assessment  Act. Market value is the most probable selling price of the property had it been sold by a willing  seller to a willing buyer. 

Steinbach assessment office 1-204-326-9896 or 1-866-216-9342. 

Property owners have the opportunity to appeal their assessment. The deadline to appeal 2024  assessment which will stay the same as your 2023 assessment provided that no destruction or  enhancements to the property have been made (building/demolition permits issued) is August  21st, 2023.  

If you have questions about an appeal, please call the Board of Revision at 311 or toll free 1-877- 311-4974.  

School Division and Provincial Education Support Levy 

The Village of St. Pierre-Jolys does not set the these millrates. We collect these funds on behalf  of the school divisions and public school boards.  


The following by-laws are in effect for the  2023 tax year: 

Local Improvement - .745 millrate 

Garbage & Recycling – set rate

F/P Protection Services – 4.388 millrate 

Wastewater Levy – set rate 

L_IMP Sewer Renewal – set rate

General Municipal at Large Mill Rate = 17.345  

16.999 mills (also includes the old municipal office ending in 2023 and the manor expansion  ending 2024) for a total of 17.345. 

Pie chart of our budgeted general expenditures


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