Auckland Council today approved the topics for consultation for its forthcoming 10-year budget, including a potential regional fuel tax, options to fund environmental protection and potential rates levels for the forthcoming 10 years.
Each year, the council’s budget sets out the amount of rates needed to keep Auckland running. Once the budget is set, we need to work out how much each ratepayer should pay.
Our growing focus is on improving water quality for all Aucklanders – both now and in future
Auckland Council is warning residents to be vigilant after a woman fell victim to a scam from a person claiming to be from ‘Auckland Council Rates Team’.
Auckland Council is warning residents of a potential scam which appears to be targeting members of the Chinese community.
“Our vision for Auckland is a world class city where talent wants to live. It must be the city which can keep the best and brightest of our young people in New Zealand while competing globally with other cities around the world for skills, entrepreneurship and investment,” said Mayor Phil Goff.
The projects are a new link road between Gills Road and Oteha Valley Road, a new link road between Medallion Drive and Fairview Avenue and an upgrade of the Dairy Flat Highway between Stevenson Crescent and Gills Road.
The mail-out begins 1 August and will be staggered throughout the week.
Auckland Council has started its three-yearly revaluation of all Auckland properties, to update the information used to determine the value of rateable properties.
Thanks to your rates, we were able to invest $1.1 billion in capital works projects across Auckland from July 2016 to March 2017.