Taxation Year
The R.M. of Oakview taxation year runs from January to December.
Tax Due Date
Property taxes are due the last business day in October. Taxes may be paid at any time however, there is no discount offered for early payment.
Tax Arrears
Penalty of 1.25 % is applied to any outstanding taxes on the first of every month beginning November 1st.
Tax Payments
Please bring your tax notice(s) when paying your taxes. Payment may be made in the following ways:
Pay Online
  • The municipality will be listed as a payee/vendor as one of the following: Rural Municipality of Oakview, RM of Oakview or Oakview Municipality
  • Use the roll number (located at the top right of the tax bill) as the account number, including all the zeros. The number should be 10 digits (Ex. 0035800000)
Pay by Mail
  • Cheques should be made payable to the RM of Oakview.
  • Post dated cheques should be dated no later than the last business day in October.
  • Mailing Address: Box 179, Oak River, MB R0K 1T0 or Box 130, Rapid City, MB R0K 1T0
Pay in Person
  • Payments can be made in person, Monday to Friday, 8:30 AM – 4:30 PM (closed from 12-1).
  • Only cash or cheque is accepted at this time
  • Address: 10 Cochrane Street, Oak River, MB or 435 3rd Avenue, Rapid City, MB
Pay with E-Transfer
  • Send to and inform the office of the security answer
  • Please indicate the property you are paying, so that payment can be applied correctly.

Manitoba Education Property Tax Rebate Program

The Manitoba Government introduced the Education Property Tax Rebate for 2021 and it will continue in 2022.  Property owners will receive an Education Property Tax Rebate cheque for 25% of their school division tax levy in the month their taxes are due to reduce a portion of their education property taxes.  No application is required.

Manitoba Education Property Tax Credit Program

If you own your home and pay property taxes, the Manitoba Government offers an Education Property Tax Credit up to a maximum of $437.50 for 2022.
If the credit is not already applied to your municipal property tax statement, it can be claimed on your personal income tax using Income Tax Form MB479 – Manitoba Credits.

Seniors’ School Tax Rebate

If you are or will be 65 years of age or older by the end of the year, you may qualify for additional savings from the Manitoba government to help cover your education property taxes.  These credits can be claimed on your personal income tax using the Manitoba Income Tax Form MB479 – Manitoba Credits.

Farmland School Tax Rebate

The Farmland School Tax Rebate was introduced in 2004 to support the rural economy. Manitoba farmland owners can be apply for school tax relief of up to 60%, to a maximum of $3,750.
This rebate must be applied for directly through the Manitoba Agricultural Service Corporation.


Province wide reassessments are completed every two years.
The next reassessment year is 2023. You can find more information about the upcoming reassessment HERE.
Assessment notices are distributed through the Provincial Assessment Office and mailed to the ratepayers.  In Manitoba, property is assessed at market value in accordance with The Municipal Assessment Act.
Questions regarding property assessment should be directed to:
Minnedosa Assessment District Office:
204-867-4760 or 1-866-401-8983
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Sign up to view your assessment notice online at

If you wish to challenge any assessment, the Board of Revision will accept applications each year for revision. Information on appealing property assessments can be found HERE.