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Your Council Tax bill

Council Tax is a local tax that helps fund local services including adults and children's social care, libraries, bin collections, street lights, emergency services and more. 

How we spend your Council Tax

The Valuation Office Agency gives each property a band between A and H depending on the property's value. The amount you pay depends on which band your property is in.

Council Tax bands and charges

View and manage your Council Tax online

You can view and manage your Council Tax online with a My Plymouth account.

You will need your Council Tax reference number. You can find this on your bill, it’s an 8 digit number beginning with 4.

If you have lost your bill you can request a copy of your bill (opens new tab).

Register for Council Tax paperless billing

Every year in March, we issue over 120,000 paper Council Tax bills.

You can swap from paper bills to paperless bills. This helps to save paper and all your bills are stored safely in your online account.

Pay your Council Tax

Paying by Direct Debit is the quickest and easiest way to pay your Council Tax.

Struggling to pay

If you are struggling to pay your Council Tax, check if you are entitled to any support or discounts.

Council Tax Support

Council Tax discounts and exemptions

If you are behind with your payments, you can contact us to discuss a payment arrangement. Problems paying your Council Tax.

Contacting us

If you have noticed something wrong about your bill you can tell us online.

Tell us about a change of address (opens new tab)

Request to spread your instalments (opens new tab)

Change your personal details (opens new tab)

Add a person to the bill (opens new tab)

Tell us about anything else (opens new tab)