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Affordable Retail Space
Dauphin has a variety of retail spaces available for rent or purchase in the downtown area or in the Dauphin Marketplace Mall. For more information visit www.mls.ca or contact our Economic Development office for a list of non-advertised locations.
Dauphin is ready to get to work. In 2000, the community and the surrounding area was part of a comprehensive labour study. While it provided a detailed analysis of the current labour supply and its sustainability over the next decade, the main finding of the study shows approximately 1,800 unemployed people in the Dauphin region are available for work. Almost 30 per cent of these people are seeking part-time employment. In the region, an estimated 3,700 people also work part-time or seasonally and almost 40 per cent of those people would consider full-time employment as an alternative.
It’s a fact, Dauphin is a family-oriented community and we have the statistics to prove it. The Canada 2011 Census offers a colourful picture of our community (City and RM) of 10,451 people.
Dauphin is a regional centre that draws people from the Parkland and northern Interlake regions of Manitoba. Split almost equally between males and females, the average age of the population is 40.5 with a dominant age group of 5 to 19-year-olds. The majority of the community is made up of two-parent families with 1.1 children at home. About 70 per cent of those homes are owned dwellings with the majority single detached houses.
Dauphin is a great place to grow! Contact the Economic Development Office for more information.
2011 Census Data for the City and RM of Dauphin is available at the following links. Stats Canada is releasing the data in several stages with the most recent updates on September 19, 2012.
City of Dauphin
RM of Dauphin
Your property tax bill is made up of taxes for municipal requirements and for schools.
City Council sets an annual budget based on priorities for programs and services, and then projects how much revenue it expects to receive from grants, user fees, permits, fines and investments.
Our City Council is focusing their efforts on reducing Dauphin’s mill rate in order to be competitive with other municipalities. Since, 2012, the City of Dauphin has decreased municipal taxes by 15% and we are now even more competitive with other Manitoba communities.
City staff calculate the remaining revenue requirement and determines each property owner’s share of the property tax requirement based on their property’s market value assessment. The Mill Rates are set annually and can be found on the main City administration website.
All property taxes are due annually, July 31.
Property assessments may be appealed at the Board of Revision, which is held annually in November.
Property Assessments inquiries may be made through the Manitoba Assessment Branch at 204-622-2117. Appeal letters may be submitted to the local municipal office.