Rates and Water Payments
Payment in Full
One off Rates Payment - If you are making a single payment for full year’s rates and charges, your payment is due on 31 August.
What happens if my payments are late?
Any payments not received by the due dates indicated on your rates and instalment notices will be liable to interest charges and possible recovery actions if not paid. (Note: Reminder notices will be issued). Simple daily interest is charged on overdue amounts at a rate of 7.5% per annum. If you are paying by mail, you should make allowances for postage time.
Paying in Person
You can present your rates notice at Council’s Administration Building, 115 Dubbo Street, Warren and pay by cash, cheque or EFTPOS. Council’s Cashier is open from 8:30am to 4:30pm Monday to Friday (excluding public holidays).
Telephone & Internet Banking via BPAY:
Biller Code 266080
BPAY allows you the opportunity to pay over the internet or by phone from your cheque, savings or credit card account. Please contact your financial institution if you do not have this facility already set up. There is a minimum payment limit of $10.00.
Note: When making payments using BPay, please ensure the correct customer reference number is used. Customer reference numbers for rates begin with a 1 and water with a 2. Using the incorrect customer reference number will result in your payment being credited to the wrong account.
You can pay by mail
Please allow sufficient postage time for your payment to arrive at Council on the due date of each instalment. Make all cheques payable to Warren Shire Council. If a receipt is required, please tick the box where it is indicated on the deposit slip section of your notice and return to us. Retain the top portion for your records.
Please mail your payments to:
Warren Shire Council
PO Box 6
WARREN NSW 2824
I’m having difficulty making my payment!
Please contact us in person, or by telephoning Council’s Rates Section on (02) 6847 6600 to make special arrangements for repayments.