Welcome to The Manitoba Municipal Board Web site.

Established under The Municipal Board Act, the Board operates as a quasi-judicial tribunal. One of the Board's duties is to receive and resolve property assessment appeals.

In an effort to make interaction with the public as efficient as possible, the content of this site was tailored to inform those who may wish to appeal their property assessment. Information on how to initiate an appeal, what makes an appeal worthwhile, and what happens during an assessment hearing is included.

Don't hesitate to contact us if you have any questions or comments about the Board's operations or our site.

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COVID19-Update

The Manitoba Municipal Board continues to actively monitor developments related to COVID-19 while remaining fully operational.  The safety and health of employees and the public remain our top concern.   The Board has, and will continue to, take measures to ensure accessibility to the public while ensuring safety. 

In compliance with directives from public health authorities, individuals attending the Board office in person must wear a mask and comply with physical distancing directives. All municipal borrowing, local improvement and special service by-laws continue to be reviewed and processed at pre-COVID service levels. Assessment Appeal Management pre-hearings and Case Management Conferences continue to be conducted via telephone conference.  To maintain physical distancing, the Board is not conducting in-person hearings at this time. All Assessment, Planning and Land-Use appeal hearings will be conducted virtually until further notice. Participants will be contacted directly by the Board to provide further information and directives if a virtual hearing is to take place.   

The Board is committed to being as reasonably flexible as possible to assist the public during these extraordinary circumstances. For any assistance or inquiries, please contact the Board via telephone at (204) 945-2941 or e-mail at MuniBrdGenMail@gov.mb.ca.