Proposed City of Canning Rates 2020-2021 - Have your say

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In April the City of Canning Council committed to apply a rates freeze as part of a $16.5 million COVID-19 relief package. This means that the City will only collect the same total amount of rates revenue as last year. The proposed rates have been based on planned projects and services the City will deliver to the community in 2020-2021. Council is also considering bringing forward future capital works to stimulate our local economy and help boost local jobs. The City will rate our community businesses the same over the next year as we collected this year.

Even though there is a rates freeze, your rates may still go up or down as a result of the valuation process undertaken by the State Valuer General. We understand you may have questions so to learn more, please click here: bit.ly/WALGArates

During the current advertising period for proposed 2020-2021 rating, Council will consider further City initiatives to support Canning ratepayers and business.

To view the proposed rates visit canning.wa.gov.au/yourrates to review the Statement of Objects and Reasons for Differential Rates 2020-21. You can also visit the City's Customer Service at 1317 Albany Highway, Cannington between 8.15am and 5pm.

You can make a submission on the proposed rates online, by email customer@canning.wa.gov.au or by mail to the City of Canning. Before 5pm, Monday 13 July 2020.

In April the City of Canning Council committed to apply a rates freeze as part of a $16.5 million COVID-19 relief package. This means that the City will only collect the same total amount of rates revenue as last year. The proposed rates have been based on planned projects and services the City will deliver to the community in 2020-2021. Council is also considering bringing forward future capital works to stimulate our local economy and help boost local jobs. The City will rate our community businesses the same over the next year as we collected this year.

Even though there is a rates freeze, your rates may still go up or down as a result of the valuation process undertaken by the State Valuer General. We understand you may have questions so to learn more, please click here: bit.ly/WALGArates

During the current advertising period for proposed 2020-2021 rating, Council will consider further City initiatives to support Canning ratepayers and business.

To view the proposed rates visit canning.wa.gov.au/yourrates to review the Statement of Objects and Reasons for Differential Rates 2020-21. You can also visit the City's Customer Service at 1317 Albany Highway, Cannington between 8.15am and 5pm.

You can make a submission on the proposed rates online, by email customer@canning.wa.gov.au or by mail to the City of Canning. Before 5pm, Monday 13 July 2020.