Property Taxes

Property Assessment Information is available from the Morden Provincial Assessment Branch at:
101 - 11th Street
Morden, MB   R6M 2B3
Phone: 204-822-2900
and can also be obtained through the Government of Manitoba website at

PropertyTaxesProperty values are determined by the Assessment Branch and are based on market values.  When reviewing your assessment, compare it to other similar properties, ask yourself whether or not you would sell it for the assessed value, and contact the Assessment Branch for more detail.  If you disagree with the assessed value, you can appeal your assessment through the annual Board of Revision.  The R.M. of Roland Board of Revision is normally held in November each year.  The date and deadline for receipt of appeals will be advertised in advance.

Property Tax Payments are due by October 31 each year.

Payment Options:

  1. Cash or Cheque
  2. Post-dated cheques for October 31
  3. Telephone and Online Banking through TelPay, Royal Bank, Scotiabank, and CIBC. *Contact your Branch for information.
  4. Municipal Pre-Authorized Payment Plan; please complete the Pre-Authorized Payment Enrollment Form and submit to the Municipal Office.

Pre-Authorized-Payment Enrollment-Form

Tax payments received after the due date will be subject to overdue charges at a rate of 1.25% per month, beginning November 1, and on the first day of each month thereafter, until paid.

2018 Financial Plan Summary

$3,941,396.93 - Total Budget
$2,420,360.00 - School Requisitions
$230,500.00 - Other Revenue
$1,290,536.93 - RM Tax Levy

Summary of 2018 Mill Rates

General Municipal:

Municipal Services 5.291
Machinery Replacement Reserve 0.634
Building Reserve 0.051
Fire Equipment Reserve 0.102


Special Levies:

L.I.D 1 & 2 Roland/Myrtle 0.843
Waste Collection: Roland $171.60
  Rural $55.00



Provincial Foundation Rate – Commercial 9.770
Division Levies:  
  Red River Valley 13.850
  Prairie Rose 11.150
  Garden Valley 15.081
  Western 15.390



61% levied by the School Divisions  
33% levied by the Municipality  
6% is derived from other sources
(Hall/Rink Rental, Interest, Province)



General Gov. (office, council etc.) $250,500
Protective Services (fire, flood) $66,500
Transportation Services (Public Works) $759,000
Environmental Health Services $60,000
Public Health & Welfare $11,000
Environmental Development Services $17,000
Economic Development Services $11,500
Recreation & Cultural Services $105,500
Capital Purchases $15,000
Funds to Reserves $155,000
Debenture payments & ATA $85,036.93

Questions regarding education taxes should be directed to your School Division office.