Calculating Your Property Taxes

To determine property tax, the taxable assessment provided by Saskatchewan Assessment Management Agency (SAMA) is multiplied by the mill rates set each year. The municipal mill rate is determined based on the annual budget after considering all other sources of revenue.

Municipalities may also apply mill rate factors and/or adopt a minimum or base tax. The education mill rate is established by the province. Separate school divisions may elect to retain authority to establish their own mill rate.

Taxable assessment x local mill rate(s) x mill rate factor (if applicable) + minimum or base taxes = property taxes

i.e: Residential Property with a taxable assessment of 200,000

Municipal Taxes = 200,000 (taxable assessment) X .006020 (mill rate)

plus $620 (base tax) = $1,824

School Taxes = $200,000 (taxable assessment) X .00454 (mill rate)

= $908.00

plus $75 (recreation levy 2024)

Total Taxes = $2807.00

2023 Municipal Tax Levy

 Class Mill Rate Factor Effective Mill Rate
 Agriculture 6.02 0.4800 0.002890
 Residential/Multi-Residential 6.02 1.0000 0.006020
 Commercial 6.02 0.9900 0.005960
 Railway 6.02 1.1825 0.007119


Please see chart below for applicable base taxes:

Class
Base Tax Amount
Agricultural Land
$620 per property
Residential/Multi-Residential Land, Land with improvements or Property
$620 per property
Commercial/Industrial/Railways/Pipeline Land, Land with improvements of Property
$940 per property


2023 School Tax Levy

  • Agricultural mill rate: 1.42 mills
  • Residential mill rate: 4.54  mills
  • Commercial/Industrial property mill rate: 6.86 mills
  • Resource mill rate: 9.88 mills


Recreation Capital Levy

This levy will be placed on both residential and commercial properties starting in 2024 to fund recreational facilities both present and future in the City of Warman.

  • 2024: $75.00
  • 2025 on: $150.00