The Town of Nobleford offers several different methods of payments for you to pay your bills.
When making payments through Interac e-transfer or through the online credit card service, please ensure you provide a description as to what the payment is for in the message box. Such as utilities, licenses, bylaw fines, taxes, etc. This may also include an invoice number and account number. More detail ensures the Town Office is able to process your payment properly and efficiently.
- Example: Taxes for 906 Highway Ave.
- Example: Bylaw Fine A4384 for John Smith.
- Example: Invoice 254 for Account 0011.
Note: we require up to five (5) business days to process payments. If payment is received by the Town after the due date, the customer will be responsible for late payment penalties.
For those wishing to pay their bills through Interac E-Transfer please follow the information below:
- To send an E-Transfer please send payments to email@example.com.
- No security question or answer is required as we are subscribed to auto deposit.
- In the message box please enter the street address for the property you are paying for. As we accept E-Transfer for any payment, including taxes, utilities, licenses, bylaw fines etc. please also include in the message box what the payment is for.
Payments to the Town of Nobleford can be made through most financial institutions. They may be done through online banking or telephone banking. The Town of Nobleford does not have a card terminal to process in-person payment.
The Town Office is located at 906 Highway Avenue, Nobleford AB.
The Town Office accepts payments by cash and cheque, during business hours. A drop box is available at the front door for payments made outside of business hours. Those wishing to pay by credit card may also pay in-person, though a service fee will apply. All debit transactions must be processed through e-transfer.
Online Credit Card Service
The Town of Nobleford accepts credit card payments through OptionPay. OptionPay allows you to pay bills online. Service fees will apply through the use of this service.
Tax Installment Payment Plan (TIPP)
Monthly penalty-exempt pre-authorized property tax payment plans are available. The TIPP is a program which allows you to pay your property tax on a monthly basis instead of one payment in June.
How does it work?
For the first six (6) months of the current year, the taxpayer shall make a monthly payment equivalent to one twelfth (1/12 ) of the estimated tax as determined by the Tax Collector. For the second six (6) months of the current year, the taxpayer shall make monthly payments equivalent to one sixth (1/6) of the balance of the tax levy for the current year, (i.e.: after the deduction of payments for the first six months). All payments are due on or before the first day of each month. You may sign up at anytime, though the most ideal time is before January, to ensure all TIPPs are processed on time. You must resign the consent form every year.
Click here for the consent form.