Please view our community announcements page to find information regarding the Maribyrnong flood recovery effort, our temporary relocation and COVID-19 community information.
Rates fund over 60 vital community services and infrastructure projects, help build a sustainable and prosperous City and support strong communities.
The Annual 2022/23 Valuation and Rates notices are issued in August 2022. They cover 1 July to 30 June. Rates payment dates are as follows:
Enjoy the convenience of having your annual rates notice and instalment notices emailed to you. Complete the online registration form for eNotices. You will need an email address and the eNotices Reference Number located at the bottom of your rate notice next to the 'e' symbol.
New ratepayers will need to receive their first rate notice by post before being able to register online.
Discover the different ways you can pay your rates and what to do if you are experiencing financial hardship.
Find information about rates payment arrangements for flood affected properties.
Find information about Council's flood rebate application.
Find out everything you need to know if you are experiencing financial hardship
The amount you pay in rates is based on the value of your property.
Find information about Council's COVID-19 Financial Hardship Policy and how to apply.
Find out about property valuations.
How to apply for a pensioner rebate on rates.
To avoid extra costs, please pay the amount in the instalment box by the due date. If you are a pensioner, or facing financial difficulty, we can help you schedule or defer your rates payments.
Find all the forms you need relating to your rates and property including the translated financial hardship application form.
Common questions and answers about rates