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Pay your rates online, by phone or in person or set up a direct debit.
You can receive your rate notice via email or online through your internet banking provider.
When are rate notices issued, how are rates calculated, and what is my current rates balance.
Eligible pensioners who own and occupy a rateable property may be entitled to a pensioner rebate
Each year Council considers properties that meet the criteria for Sale of Land proceedings for overdue rates and charges
A variety of property searches/inspections for buying and selling a property, planning certificates or licensed food premises.
Canals are artificial waterways connected or intended to be connected to tidal water.
Change your postal address with Council for the purposes of rates, licensing and animal registration.
How to apply to change your legal name with Council. Supporting evidence must be submitted with this application.
The Queensland Government has set laws regarding dividing fences, and neighbours responsibilities for trees.
Prohibited fires, lighting of open fires, barbeque and additional requirements.
Flood types that impact our region, extents of a flood or storm tide, request a flood check report or share your flood data.
Footpaths promote safe pedestrian movement. Access must not be obstructed.
Prominently displayed house numbers aid the speedy location of an address in the event of an emergency as well as mail deliveries.
Check details about your zone and precinct, view overlay maps for your property and access links to helpful information sheets.
Council’s local laws help manage properties with overgrown vegetation or unsightly accumulation of material.
Pay invoices for property related debts such as overgrown allotments or legal fees.
Pay invoices for sundry debtors such as leases and waste charges.
Assistance is offered to eligible community groups via the provision of a rating donation on rates levied by Council and Unitywater.
Applying for a refund of a credit balance on rates account or transfer of payments from incorrect accounts and payment discrepancies.
Guidelines to inform residents of their obligations and the conditions associated with landscaping or installing artificial turf within the footpath.
Maintenance of lights, streetlights and/or poles on Council land and requests for installation of covers/shades for streetlights.
Trees are an excellent addition to any landscape. Request street trees and tree maintenance.
Unitywater provides the water and sewerage service for Moreton Bay Region
Check your eligibility