1 - Roll Number

Property identification number


2 - Mailing Address

Includes the mailing address and registered owner(s) name as per Manitoba Land Titles Office at the time the bill was generated


3 - Real Property Information

Includes the legal description of the property, frontage area and number of dwelling units


4 - Civic Address

Municipal address


5 - Mortgage Company

Mortgage company (if applicable)


6 - Title or Deed

Certificate of Title number registered with Manitoba Land Titles Office


7 - Tax Status

Property liability type, example: taxable, grant-in-lieu, exempt, school tax exempt


8 - Assessment

Property value as determined by the Province of Manitoba


9 - Class

Type of property, this determines the portion percentage used for calculating property taxes. A property can have more than one class. Example: residential, other, personal property


10 - Portion %

Percentage of the property assessment that is subject to taxation as determined by property class


11 - Portioned Assessment

Taxable assessment, determined by multiplying the portion % by the total assessed value


12 - General Municipal

Calculation of general municipal taxes. Municipal Tax Levy = Portioned Assessment x Municipal Mill Rate / 1,000


13 - Local Improvement Debt Servicing

Debt servicing charges levied to properties within the defined local improvement district


14 - Encroachments

A fee relating to an agreement made between the property owner and the City of Brandon when a property’s structure encroaches City land


15 - Net Municipal Taxes

Sum of municipal taxes, local improvement debt servicing, and encroachments


16 - Brandon School Division

Calculation of school taxes, this rate is established by the Brandon School Division. Brandon School Division Tax Levy = Portioned Assessment x School Division Mill Rate / 1,000


17 - Manitoba Education Property Tax Credit Advance

A credit from Province of Manitoba to help cover the school taxes


18 - Net School Division Levy

Sum of the school taxes and the Manitoba Education Property Tax Credit, the City remits these funds to the Brandon School Division


19 - Provincial Education Support Levy

Calculation of Provincial Education Support Levy taxes, this rate is established by the Province of Manitoba. Commercial and personal property are subject to this levy. Provincial Education Support Levy = Portioned Assessment x Provincial Education Support Levy Mill Rate / 1,000


20 - Net Provincial Education Support Levy

Sum of the Provincial Education Support Levy, the City remits these funds to the Province of Manitoba


21 - Net School Taxes

Sum of net school division levy and the Provincial Education Support Levy


22 - Current Taxes

Sum of current year net municipal taxes, net school division levy and Provincial Education Support Levy


23 - Other Charges/Credits

Current year credits on the account, displayed as negative values from TIP payments, property tax prepayments, or tax credits

Current year debits on the account, displayed as positive values from adjustments or charges such as utility add to tax


24 - Arrears and Penalties

Remaining balance from prior years. The oldest year displayed will be subject to tax sale in the following year


25 - Balance Owing

Sum of the current taxes, arrears and credits. This amount is as at the date indicated, any subsequent penalties or transactions are not reflected

DO NOT PAY will be displayed when enrolled in the Tax Installment Payment Plan


26 - Due Date

Date when the balance owing is due, funds must be received by the City of Brandon by 5:00 P.M.


27 - Calculation Box

Summarized calculation of the taxes


28 - Important Messages

Messages to the property owner, please ensure you review this section


29 - Tax Installment Payment Plan

Recalculated payments effective July 15th for those enrolled in the plan

For more information on TIP, please visit: http://www.brandon.ca/taxes-assessments/tax-installment-plan


30 - Recalculated T.I.P.

Recalculated payments = Current Taxes – January to June payments / 6 (rounded up to nearest dollar)


31 - Remittance Stub

Portion of the bill that is returned with payment

1 - Account Holder

The primary name on the water account. Multiple names may be on the water account; however only the primary name will appear here.

2 - Service Address

Where the water service is provided and the water meter is located.

3 - Account No.

Your account number is up to 7 digits long, including 2 digits after the decimal place. Your account number will change if you move to a new residence.

4 - Messages

Important communications will be displayed here.

5 - Telephone & Internet Banking

This is the number that should be used for setting up telephone or internet banking payments for your water invoices. It will be 7 digits long and will not include the decimal found in your account number. Remember if you move, the number used for telephone & internet banking payments should also be updated to your new number.

6 - Invoice Date

The date the invoice was printed.

7 - Due Date

Payment due date, payments must be received on or before this date to avoid late penalties. Accounts on pre-authorized payment plans always have their payments withdrawn on the 1st day of month after the INVOICE DATE, regardless of the due date that is printed.

8 - Billing Period

The interval of time from the start to the end of the billing cycle.

9 - Days Billed

Number of days within the BILLING PERIOD.

10 - Previous Reading

The starting meter read from the BILLING PERIOD.

11 - Current Reading

The ending meter read from the BILLING PERIOD.

12 - Consumption

The property’s water usage in cubic meters for the BILLING PERIOD. It is calculated by the difference between the CURRENT READING and PREVIOUS READING factoring the appropriate multiplier. The most common multiplier for water meters is .1 or .001 multiplier.

13 - Read Type

The way in which the meter reading was acquired, either actual or staff estimated. Actual reads are either by radio frequency or by visual read. Staff estimated indicates no meter reading was acquired and the meter reading is based on estimated consumption.

14 - Meter No.

An 8 digit identifying number unique to each water meter.

15 - Invoice No.

A unique number identifying the invoicing document.

16 - Previous Balance Total

This is the TOTAL DUE from the previous invoice.

17 - Transactions

Includes cash receipts, penalties, adjustments (tap open, temporary services, add to tax), & NSF fees.

18 - Transaction History Total

Is equal to the sum of all TRANSACTIONS listed.

19 - Administrative Service Charge

A charge approved by the Public Utilities Board to recover various administration expenses of the Utility.

20 - Water Consumption

Charges levied based on cubic meter consumption, multiplied by the water rate, which is approved by the Public Utilities Board.

21 - Wastewater Charge

Charges levied based on cubic meter consumption, multiplied by the wastewater rate, which is approved by the Public Utilities Board.

22 - Current Charges Total

The sum of the Administrative Service Charge, Water Consumption, Wastewater Charges & any other current charges.

23 - Total Due

Amount owing on the account, the sum of the Previous Balance Total, Transaction History Total & Current Charges Total.

24 - Pre-Authorized Payment Message

Reminder for accounts on pre-authorized payment plans only. Accounts on pre-authorized payment plans always have their payments withdrawn on the 1st day of month after the INVOICE DATE, regardless of the DUE DATE that is printed.

25 - Pre-Authorized Payment

The amount that will be withdrawn on the 1st day of the month after the INVOICE DATE, this only applies to accounts on pre-authorized payment plans.

26 - Account Holders / Mailing Address

All account holders on the water account and the mailing address where the invoice will be delivered to. This may be different from the SERVICE ADDRESS.

27 - Amount Paid

To be completed by the customer and remitted with mailed payments indicating the payment amount. Accounts on pre-authorized payment plans will display “DO NOT PAY”.