How to make a payment

1. In person 

 We accept cash, cheque and Debit/Interac payments at Town Hall between the hours of 8:30am and 4:30pm Monday to Friday at 5319 50 Avenue | Fort Nelson

2. By mail

Mail your cheque with the payment stub to:

Northern Rockies Regional Municipality | Bag Service 399 | Fort Nelson, BC V0C 1R0

NOTE: Payments must be received at Town Hall on or before the due date printed on the notice/bill. Postmarks are NOT accepted as proof of payment.

3. Online banking

  1. Log into online banking with your financial institution's website. If you do not have online banking, contact your bank to set it up.
  2. Add Northern Rockies Regional Municipality as a payee.
  3. Add the account number located on your bill or invoice in the account number field.
  4. Make a payment as you would normally.
Type of accountAccount numberFormat
*Most systems do not require you to enter any decimal in the account number
Taxes Use your tax roll number 9 digits
Utilities Use your utility account number 11 digits
Accounts Receivable (Bulk water, Landfill, Business Licence) Use your Customer ID 4-9 alphanumeric characters

NOTE: Banks can take two to three business days to process your online payment. Please keep this is mind if you are making a payment near the due date, especially for property tax and utility payments. If payments are received after the due date for taxes and utilities, penalties and interest will apply.

4.  NRRM Finance eServices

Manage all of your accounts in one place with NRRM Finance eServices.

View and pay your property taxes, utility billing and invoices online.

Payment by credit card only.

NOTE: 1% transaction fee for Recovery of Credit Card Fees will be added at the time of your payment.  This fee is used to offset credit card processing fees incurred.

Overdue Accounts

Payments must be received on or before the due date printed on the tax notice or utility bill.  Late payments are subject to 10% penalty.

Utility accounts with outstanding amounts at December 31 will have balances transferred to corresponding property tax account.  The amounts are then subject to provincially-determined rates for arrears.


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eSend is our paperless billing system, where bills are sent to you by email. For a convenient and environmentally-friendly option, you can use eSend for :

property tax notices | utility bills | invoices and statements

Receive your bills on time no matter where you are,\ by signing up for eSend to receive bills by email. Contact for more information or to sign up now.