Online banking is available for Credit Union customers only using the TelPay service. Your property roll number will function as your account number.
**If you are making payment online, DO NOT choose the Town of Strasbourg as the payee. This will result in your payment being made to the Town of Strasbourg
and it will not be processed by the R. M. of McKillop No. 220 and applied to your tax bill. The Town of Strasbourg will consider these payments as a donation from an unknown source as they will have no record of an account outstanding in your name.**
It only takes 3 business days to get set up and approved. Once you’re approved, you can login to your account at www.telpay.ca/webpay at any time to pay an invoice. It’s that easy, and it costs you nothing. (The R.M. has opted to pay the $0.50 transaction fee.)
If you would like a step-by-step instruction on getting set up with Telpay, please contact (800) 665-0302 ext 813.
Important: Please note our Biller Code is: 0078603. You will need this to make a payment at www.telpay.ca/webpay
Other Methods of Payment
Cash, cheque, bank draft or money order.
Cheques and money orders can mailed to:
R.M. of McKillop No. 220
P. O. Box 220
Payments may be made in person at the R. M. administration office located at 103 Ashley Street in Bulyea, Saskatchewan.
Office hours are Monday to Friday between 8:30 am and 4:00 pm.
Early Payment Discounts
*Note – As of a January 1, 2013 government resolution, discounts no longer apply to the school portion of the taxes. Discounts only apply to the municipal portion
and base tax. As well, discounts do not apply to the Garbage/Recycling Levy.
Taxes paid by August 31 – 6% discount
Taxes paid by September 30 – 5% discount
Taxes paid by October 31 – 4% discount
Taxes paid by November 30 – 2% discount
For those wishing to pre-pay their property taxes, a pre-payment discount in the amount of 6% is available from January 1 through August 31 annually.
No pre-payment discount is available between September 1 and December 31 annually.
Tax Payment Due Date
Property taxes are due December 31 annually.
For all property tax amounts outstanding as of January 1 annually, a penalty of 1% per month is applicable.
Municical Tax and Education Property Tax Calculation Information
Property Tax Calculation Information Resources
The Saskatchewan Ministry of Government Relations publishes the following document relating to calculation of property taxes:
Uniform Mill Rates
The municipal tax mill rate for 2017 is set at 6.6 mills. (2016 Mill Rate 14.3)
As per the Government of Saskatchewan, the education property tax mill rates are as follows:
• Agricultural Property – 1.43 mills
• Residential Property – 4.12 mills
• Commercial/Industrial – 6.27 mills
Mill Rate Factor
As per Bylaw No. 332-2017, the following mill rate factors shall be applied to the uniform mill rate levied against taxable land and improvements property for municipal purposes:
• Agricultural – 1.3
• Residential – 0.65
• Commercial – 1.17
As per Bylaw No. 333-2017, the following minimum tax shall be applied to all properties with residential assessments for municipal purposes:
• Land – $ 420.00
• Improvements – $ 315.00