Making a Payment

Payment Options for Utilities and Other Services has Changed!


Kneehill County will now accept Visa and Mastercard for Utilities, Permits and General payments as per the:
Acceptance of Payments Policy
Credit Card Authorization Form

(Sorry, Kneehill County CANNOT accept credit card payments for Tax Purposes.)

Online Banking


Pay your bills online through your Canadian Financial Institution's website. You must add Kneehill County as a payee and choose:

Utilities- for Utility Bills. Use your eight digit utility account number without the decimal point. 
General- for General Invoices including Bulk Water. Use six character account number including letters.
Taxes- for Tax Payments. Use your roll number, found on your Tax Notice, as the account number. PLEASE NOTE: Each Roll must be paid separately unless prior arrangements have been made with Kneehill County's Taxation Department. 

Mail


Kneehill County
Box 400
Three Hills, Alberta T0M 2A0

Please make your cheque payable to the Kneehill County.
For security reasons, please do not mail cash.

Pay in person at our Office


Visit Reception in person to pay your bills by cheque, money order, Visa/Mastercard (excluding Taxes), debit or cash:

Kneehill County Office
1600 - 2nd Street NE
Three Hills, Alberta
T0M 2A0

Business hours are 8:30 am to 4:30 pm, Monday to Friday, except for statutory holidays.

Pay your Utilities by Pre-Authorized Debit

The County Accepts pre-authorized debit payments for all bi-monthly utility bills. Please complete the Utility PAD Agreement and forward to the Office for processing. 



Paying your Taxes by TIPP


TIPP Form

TIPP is a plan by which taxpayers make consecutive monthly payments for taxes. Payments may only be made by automatic withdrawal from a bank account. The TIPP (Tax Instalment Payment Plan) program starts in January and runs through December for the current tax year. Property tax accounts on TIPPs and in good standing are exempt from penalty. All previous levies must be paid in full to begin on the TIPP program. Payments are withdrawn from your account by direct debit at the end of every month. A person can join the plan at any time, provided that they pay their tax payments from January 1st to include the month in which they join.