Preauthorized Payment Plans

The County offers preauthorized payment plans for its residents in order to assist with the financial planning for taxes, utilities, and fire invoices.  There are over 200 ratepayers that are currently taking advantage of this plan. 

If you wish to join a preauthorized payment plan, please contact:

  • Tax Payment Plan - Jeri Phillips, Assessment/Taxation Clerk, at (780) 927-3718 or by email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
  • Utility Payment Plan - Darlene Underhay, Utility Clerk/Accounts Receivable, at (780) 927-3718 or by email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
  • Fire Invoice Payment Plan - Darlene Underhay, Utility Clerk/Accounts Receivable, at (780) 927-3718 or by email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Grants to Non-Profit Organizations

The County offers annual financial assistance to the local non-profit groups and organizations. The deadline for applications is October 15th of each year. The County's Council reviews all requests during their budget deliberations.

Grants are provided according to Policy FIN013 Community Organization Funding.

The 2018 grant application package is now available.  Click here to download the application package.  Deadline for applications is October 16, 2017.

A Cemetery Association and/or Church must make a written application prior to October 31st each year to be considered for grant funding (as per Policy ADM005).  Grant funding shall be subject to Council and budget approval up to a maximum of $600.

If you have any questions regarding these grants, please contact Jennifer Batt, Finance Controller, at (780) 927-3718.

Bursaries

Mackenzie County accepts applications towards tuition at a post-secondary or trade educational institution.  Bursaries are available to first time university/college students within two years from their public school graduation date (the public school must be within the Mackenzie Region).  Students returning to their second to fourth year of studies may also apply to receive a bursary.  Mature students may also be considered at the discretion of the Finance Committee. The student or their family must reside in Mackenzie County.

Bursary application forms are available at all County offices, at all high schools, or Click Here to download.

If you have additional questions regarding the County bursaries, please contact Jannelle Batt, Finance Officer, at (780) 927-3718.

The 2017 deadline for applications has now passed and will reopen again in April 2018.

Financial Information