Council must prepare and adopt a Revenue and Rating Plan for a period of at least 4 financial years.
Councillors adopted the Revenue and Rating Plan at the 2021 June Council Meeting.
Council provides a number of services and facilities to our local community, and in doing so, must collect revenue to cover the cost of providing these services and facilities.
Rates are the most significant revenue source for Council and account for 50.74% of its annual income.
The Revenue and Rating Plan explains how Council calculates the revenue needed to fund its activities, and how the funding burden will be apportioned between ratepayers and other users of Council facilities and services.