The Town of Hanna offers a variety of payment methods for your convenience.
This method offers a budget plan for both home and business owners. An automatic debit will be made from the account you authorize for withdrawals. You just need to fill out the applicable pre-authorization form and return it with a void cheque to the Town Office.
On the last working day of each month, an automatic debit will be made from the personal bank account you have specified on the pre-authorized TAX payments form. When you are a participant in the payment plan, you are not required to make an annual tax payment as your taxes are paid by monthly installments. You will continue to receive your annual assessment and tax notices. Must sign up for tax pre-authorized payments in January.
On the due date indicated on your utility statement, an automatic debit will be made from the personal bank account you have specified on the pre-authorized UTILITY payments form. You will receive your regular bi-monthly bill so you know the balance of your account, your usage details and how much will be debited from your bank account.
In Person by Interac, Cheque or Cash
The Hanna Town Office, located at 302-2nd Avenue West is open between the hours of 8:30 am and 4:30 pm Monday to Friday. The office does not close through the lunch hour. Post dated cheques will be accepted prior to the due date indicated on the tax or utility notice.
Financial Institutions (wicket and ATM)
Tax payments are not accepted at the financial institutions at either the wicket or the automated banking machines. Utility payments can be made at the wicket, as well as at the Bank Machine.
Cheques or money orders can be mailed to Box 430, Hanna, AB T0J 1P0. Please do not send cash in the mail. Payments not postmarked prior to or on the due date will be subject to penalties.
Telephone or Internet Banking
Many financial institutions participate in telephone or online banking. Banks that participate in telephone or online banking are: TD Canada Trust, Alberta Treasury Branch, Royal Bank, CIBC and Chinook Financial. Please check with your local banking institution.