City Relief – Business & Property Taxes

Council has voted to provide City of Winnipeg taxpayers the option to defer payment of 2020 business and property taxes without being assessed penalties or other fees for the prescribed period after the due date of these taxes.

 For those who need it, the City will waive penalties for unpaid property and business taxes for up to three months following their due date. Property taxes that are due on June 30, 2020 will have fees waived until October 1, 2020. Business taxes that are due on May 29, 2020 will have fees waived until September 1, 2020.

 The City will also waive Tax Instalment Payment Plan (TIPP) program fees on both property and business taxes until October 1, 2020. This means no enrolment fee for the TIPP program and no penalty fee as a result of non-sufficient funds during that time. Residents will be allowed to remain enrolled in the program and make delayed TIPP payments without any late payment fees.

 Taxes will still be owed and tax due dates have not changed. Those who are able to meet those due dates are encouraged to do so.

 The City encourages Winnipeggers to consider the benefits of enrolling in the TIPP program. If residents are currently not enrolled, it allows residents to make regular monthly payments and avoid having to pay entire tax bills three months further down the road. Residents are encouraged to contact 311 to inquire about enrolment.

For full details of the report see: Temporary Waiver of Penalties and Administrative Fees on Business and Property Taxes and Financial Implications to the City

For FAQ’s on the relief program, see: Affected program & services

If you have specific questions, please contact 311 or