A national lockdown is in place across England until 2 December after this the Borough of Stockton-on-Tees will be in ‘Tier 3: Very High Alert’.
For information about the rules, any disruptions to Council services and the support available for our residents and businesses visit www.stockton.gov.uk/coronavirus
Your Council Tax account
Council Tax is your contribution to the many services the Council provides. This includes education, libraries, waste collections, regeneration schemes, leisure facilities and environmental matters. Elements of the tax also contribute towards policing, fire services and parish charges.
What to pay and when?
The level of Council Tax for your home is based on the valuation band your property sits in.
Your Council Tax bill tells you how much you have to pay for the year, how the amount has been worked out and the dates you have to pay.
You can apply to pay by weekly, fortnightly or 12 monthly installments.
Who has to pay?
Every home in the Stockton Borough area has to pay Council Tax.
This is the responsibility of the liable person of the property. If you’re 18 or over and own or rent a home, you’ll usually have to pay Council Tax.
Depending on your circumstances, you may be eligible for a Council Tax discount or exemption.
Receive your Council Tax bill by email and view your Council Tax account online
You will need to register with us to set up an online Council Tax account. Once you have registered you will receive an email confirming your registration and account ID details. We will then send you a separate letter with information about your password.
If you have already registered, you can view your account online. We have recently introduced a new and improved facility.
Receive your Council Tax bill in an alternative format
You can receive your council tax in large print, braille or register for our Talking Bill service. Contact our customer services team for more details on 01642 397108.