Council tax is a property tax levied on domestic properties, whether owned or rented, and helps to pay for local services in the Stroud District. The charge levied on your property will depend on the band of your property and the parish you live in.
Please note that if you have a change of circumstances, for example, if someone moves into your home, or if you change address the Register of Electors is not automatically updated.
Pay your council tax
Find out the different ways you can pay your council tax, or how we may be able to help if you are experiencing difficulties, or if you have received a reminder, cancellation letter or summons.
Tell us about your change of address or circumstance
Don't pay the wrong amount! Tell us if you are moving home or have had a change in your household circumstances.
Universal Credit and Council Tax support
Important information regarding your Council Tax charge if you are currently in receipt of Universal Credit or if you start receiving it with effect from 4 October 2017
Council tax discounts, exemptions, empty properties and second homes
Depending on your circumstances, it may be possible to get a reduction on your council tax bill. You will also find information on our empty property policy, second home policy and annexe discount.
Council tax bands and rates
Find out the council tax band for your home and how much council tax you must pay.
Check your council tax balance online
Use this page to check your council tax balance.
Receive your bill by email
E-billing provides a faster, more efficient and convenient way to receive and check your bills.
Council tax frequently asked questions
Our frequently asked questions.
Council tax adult social care precept explained (with effect from 1 April 2017)
Information concerning the charge levied on your bill for the adult social care.
Council tax fair processing notice
The fair processing notice gives information on how the Council is allowed to use the information you provide to us.
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