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Tauranga City Council has decided to cut a proposed average rates rise for 2020/21 in response to the coronavirus pandemic.
At a meeting today, Tauranga City Council’s Elected Members voted to adopt the Annual Plan 2019/20, which sets the council’s budget and work plans for the coming year.
Tauranga City Council’s Elected Members have voted to set the next average residential rates increase at 3.9 per cent.
Do you want to have your say on rates? You have until 5pm on Tuesday to do so, as this is when consultation closes for Tauranga City Council’s Annual Plan 2019/20.
Every three years councils must revalue all properties in their localities for rating purposes. Tauranga homeowners received their new valuation notices early December 2018.
It’s nearly the end of the 2017/18 rating year. Have you applied for a rates rebate yet?
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