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The Delinquent Accounts Receivable Policy removes the requirement to send a monthly statement for accounts that are less than 60 days overdue and that customers are required to pay from the invoice.
Statements will only be sent to customers who have outstanding accounts over 60 days. 


There are various methods of making a payment to the County of St. Paul [Handy information sheet]

Online Credit Card Payments

Pay Utilities, Property Tax or Accounts Receivable using a credit card by choosing OptionPay from the County home page.

Enter your 7 digit Utility Account Number ex. xxxxx.xx

Enter your 4-digit Accounts Receivable Customer Number

Property Taxes:
Enter 7- or 8-digit Roll Number

Note: A fee is paid by the user to Option Pay for this service. The fee will be calculated on the screen when the payment amount is entered. 

Pay your municipal bills now with OptionPay

In Person

The County Administration Office is open from Monday to Friday
8:30am to 4:30pm (closed for lunch from noon to 1:00pm)
Closed on all Statutory Holidays


The drop box is available at all times  
The drop box is located at the front entrance to the Administration Office.  No cash please. 

Please pay by cheque or money order.  Include your remittance portion with your payment to:
County of St. Paul No. 19
5015 - 49 Avenue
St. Paul, AB  

By Mail

Ensure your cheque is signed, dated and completed accurately. Make your cheque payable to the County of St. Paul No. 19 and
include the remittance portion with your payment. Mail your payment to:

County of St. Paul
5015 - 49 Avenue
St. Paul, AB  T0A 3A4

If your payment cannot be processed due to an error on the cheque or insufficient funds,
late-payment penalties or service charges may be applied to your account.

Internet Banking

Available with any of the following financial institutions:

ATB Financial
BMO Bank of Montreal
Royal Bank of Canada

TD Canada Trust
Any Credit Union

Select ‘County of St. Paul – AR, Taxes or Utilities’ as the payee.  Detailed banking information.

If your payment is sent to the ‘Town of St. Paul’, late-payment penalties may be applied to your account.

Utilities Account Number:
Enter your 5 or 7 digit Number ex. xxxxx.xx (try with or without the decimal)

Accounts Receivable Account Number:
Enter your 4 digit Customer Number

Property Taxes Account Number:
Enter 7 or 8 digit Roll Number

Monthly Pre-Authorized Debit for Tax and Utility Payments

Tax Installment Payment Plan (TIPP)

Monthly pre-authorized debit payments are available for property taxes through the Tax Installment Payment Plan (TIPP).  Payments may ONLY be made by automatic withdrawal from a bank account. Each year after taxes are levied, the monthly payment will be adjusted based on the current year's taxes.

If you would like additional information on the Tax Installment Payment Plan (TIPP),
contact the Taxation Department at 780-645-3301 ext. 1202 or click here to email.

To join the Property Tax Monthly Payment Plan:  

1. Download and fill out the Form   Pre-Authorized Payments Form
2. Email the form to [email protected] or fax your request to 780-645-3104
3. A confirmation will be sent to you from the Taxation Department within 5 business days after you have submitted the form.     
The plan commences January 1st of each year providing all taxes and penalties are paid on or before December 31st of the preceding year.
You can join up to June 1st by paying the missed installments from January 1.
When a property enrolled on the monthly payment plan is sold, the purchaser can apply to continue on the payment plan or pay the balance in full.


Utility Pre-Authorized Debit Payment (PAD) Agreement

Utility Customers can still apply to have their water and sewer bills withdrawn from their bank account. The monthly withdrawal will be the actual invoice amount; it will not be pro-rated. Contact the County Main Office. Click here for the application form

Citizen Self-Service: To View Your County Accounts

Citizen Self-Serve is a secure online software for residents and stakeholders to view information about their property taxes, tax accounts and assessments,
utility accounts and accounts receivable. 

Citizen Self Service is for viewing documents and accounts only. Payments cannot be made using this platform.

How to register for Citizen Self-Serve

Access to Citizen Self-Serve