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Rates and Valuations

Detailed information about 2013/2014 rates and charges administered by the Council

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A new Rating Strategy which lowers the rates burden for business and industry is at the heart of Council's 2013/2014 Budget. 

The rating strategy was developed after considering the recommendations from a Rating Strategy Reference Group, convened following community feedback in last year's budget process.

In looking at the burden of overall rates revenue on each rating category, Council has made it more equitable by lowering the proportion that commercial and industrial categories contribute, compared to residential.  While the proportion contributed by residential rates will increase, the whole community will benefit from the relief this will give to local business.

More information about the budget, your rates and Council services and initiatives is available on this website or by contacting the Council in person, by phone, by email or online.

Council's Rating Strategy 2013-2017 is available for download below.

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Understanding Your 2013/2014 Rate Notice
It is important to read your rates notice carefully. The front and back of your rates notice contain important information regarding payment due dates, rating classification, rating valuations, the process for valuation objections, and the penalties for late- or non-payment.

Rating Details
What rates do I pay for 2013/2014?

Information on how property values are determined, how your rating valuations affect your rates, and valuation objections.

Rate Payments
How and when do I pay my rates?

Fire Services Property Levy
Details relating to the State Government's Fire Services Property levy, shown on your Council rate notice for the first time in 2013/2014.

Rate Information Brochure
This downloadable booklet features some budget highlights and challenges. It also explains your rate notice, how your rates are calculated and how to pay your rates.