- Council tax
- Council Tax - Completion Notices
- Council Tax - How and where can I pay?
- Council Tax - Who has to pay?
- Council Tax Benefit
- Council Tax - Disabled Band Reduction
- Council Tax - Discounts
- Council Tax - Exemptions
- Council Tax - Moving Home or Registering for Council Tax
- Council Tax - Problems paying your bill
- Council Tax - View your account online
- Council Tax - Contact Details
- Council Tax - Valuation List
Council tax is the contribution that people who live in Flintshire make to the many services provided by the council, such as street lighting, collecting rubbish, schools and libraries as well as the police and fire service.
Most homes in Flintshire are subject to council tax. There is one tax per home, whether it is a house, bungalow, flat, maisonette or mobile home and whether it is owned or rented.
The bill which is sent to each household is made up of three separate charges or precepts;
- Flintshire County Council
- Police and Crime Commissioner North Wales
- Your local Town or Community Council
Flintshire County Council collects all three of these charges, keeping the amount due to itself. The Police Authority and the individual Town / Community Councils are paid the amounts that we collect on their behalf.
Information in this area includes our contact details, how to pay your Council Tax and discounts and exemptions that may apply to you. You can also download our Council Tax Guide 2012-13 (PDF.doc, 1.02 Mb, new window)