The City of Humboldt offers five different ways to pay your municipal bills:

  • By mail to City Hall, P.O. Box 640, Humboldt, SK, S0K 2A0;
  • By cash, cheque or debit at City Hall;
  • At most financial institutions;
  • Through the payment drop-box located at City Hall; or
  • Through a pre-authorized payment service.

 

Paying Utility Bills

The City manages the municipality's water and sewer utility services.

All new accounts need to visit City Hall to sign up for utility services.  A meter deposit is required before water can be put into a person's name.  To do this, you must provide a current mailing address and identification, such as, a driver's license or health card.

Utility accounts are linked to the property, NOT the customer.  If you move to a new property in Humboldt, your account number will change.  If you are moving, contact City Hall at least two full business days before your move so that your account can be closed and/or transferred.  You are responsible for all charges until the account is closed.

Utility bills can be paid at most financial institutions, credit unions, by mail or in person at City Hall.  Cash, cheque or debit payments are accepted.  Please make cheques payable to "City of Humboldt."  Credit card payments are not accepted.

If using online banking, use the account number from your water bill without the decimal. Do not use your meter number! Banks typically require 5-7 digits; use zeros to fill in the spaces. (Note: You must use the website of your financial institution and set up your account as indicated as the City itself does not accept online payments.)

If paying through the mail, include your Payment Return Slip and send to: City Hall, P.O. Box 640, Humboldt, SK, S0K 2A0. Do not send cash in the mail.

E-Billing Service

Paperless utility billing, or e-billing, is a free service offered by the City of Humboldt.  If you would like to receive your regular water and sewer bill via email - please email us your information - include your account number - and place "Paperless Billing" in the subject line.

Currently, this service applies only to your water and sewer bills as the City does not yet have the capability to provide paperless billing for taxes.

 

The City of Humboldt recognizes that privacy and confidentiality of an individual's personal information is important.  Learn how we manage your information here.

 

Water Installment Payment Plan Service (WIPPS)

The City of Humboldt offers utility customers the opportunity to pay their utility bills in 12 monthly installments through automatic withdrawal payments through the Water Installment Payment Plan Service (WIPPS).  There are no additional fees to use this service.

WIPPS applications are accepted anytime throughout the year.

To participate, complete a WIPPS Application Form with a sample cheque marked "VOID" (or authorized banking information from your institution) and return it to City Hall prior to the 11th day of the month.

If you move, change your banking information or wish to cancel WIPPS, please provide a minimum of two-weeks' written notice.

 

Paying Taxes

The City of Humboldt's taxation year is the same as the calendar year - January 1 to December 31.  Tax notices are mailed out in May/June.

Tax payments are due by July 31 of each calendar year.

A monthly penalty of 1% from August 1 through December 1 is applied to any unpaid, current taxes.  Outstanding accounts from previous years are charged a 1% penalty on January 1 and each month following until paid.

Municipal taxes can be paid at most financial institutions, credit unions, by mail or in person at City Hall.  Cash, cheque or debit payments are accepted.  Please make cheques payable to "City of Humboldt."  Credit card payments are not accepted.

If paying through the mail, include your Property Tax Notice payment stub and send to: City Hall, P.O. Box 640, Humboldt, SK, S0K 2A0. Do not send cash in the mail.

 

Tax Installment Payment Plan Service (TIPPS)

The City of Humboldt offers local property owners the opportunity to pay their property tax bill in 12 monthly installments through automatic withdrawal payments, rather than a single annual payment, through the Tax Installment Payment Plan Service (TIPPS).  There are no additional fees to use this service.

TIPPS applications are accepted anytime throughout the year, but any missed monthly payments from January 1 must be paid at the time of application.

Complete a TIPPS Application Form and return it to City Hall with a sample cheque marked "VOID" along with any initial payment (if required).

If you sell your property, change your banking information or wish to cancel TIPPS, please provide a minimum of two-weeks' written notice.