You may qualify for Council Tax Support to assist you with the impact of the Coronavirus COVID-19 outbreak.
Pay by Direct Debit
You can choose whether the Direct Debit is taken on the 1st, 10th, 15th, 25th of the month.
If you already pay your council tax by direct debit this will be shown on your bill. You do not need to complete a new Direct Debit form or update your details unless you wish to change the bank account that payments are collected from.
If you would like to pay by standing order please instruct your bank or building society to make payments on or before the installment dates on your bill.
The standing order (quoting your Council Tax or Business Rates account number) should be set up in favour of:
Worcester City Council
Sort Code: 40-47-17
You will need to take your Council Tax bill with you as it contains a barcode which is used for reference. You can pay by cash, cheque or debit card. There is a transaction limit of £999.99. If the amount to pay exceeds this limit, then multiple payments can be made. There will be no charge for the payment.
Pay by telephone
Call 0330 088 0680 (24 hours a day, 7 days a week)
Payment by cash only to your local PayPoint store. You will need to take your Council Tax bill with you as it contains a barcode which is used for reference. There is a transaction limit of £200.00. If the amount to pay exceeds this limit, then multiple payments can be made. There will be no charge for the payment.
- Cheques should be sent to Revenues and Benefits, PO Box 11, Pershore, WR10 1PU
- Make the cheque payable to WORCESTER CITY COUNCIL and your Council Tax or Business Rates ACCOUNT REFERENCE and ADDRESS should be written on the back.
- Please note that a receipt for payment by cheque will no longer be produced and sent back to the payee.
- Please DO NOT send cash through the post.
- We do not accept post dated cheques.
The Council issues a bill to all households and businesses in March which shows how much you have to pay each month. .
If your circumstances change or you move house during the year must let the Council know straight away so that your bill can be adjusted accordingly.