If you are unable to make payment by any of the above options by the due dates or if you are experiencing financial difficulties, alternative payment arrangements (via Direct Debit) can be made.
The City recognises that some ratepayers may be experiencing significant financial hardship as a result of COVID-19 and has adopted a Financial Hardship Policy and a COVID-19 Relief Policy for ratepayers affected. Find out more about this crisis relief here.
If you need assistance with payment of your rates, please call our Rates Department on (08) 9257 9999 to discuss your eligibility and a repayment plan. The total Rates & Services debt would need to be finalised by 28th February 2023 where possible.
For this alternative method of payment please follow the steps below:
If you are an owner and occupier of your property in the City of Kalamunda, as at 1 July each financial rating year, you may be entitled to claim a concession on your Rates and Emergency Services Levy. To be eligible to apply, you must also be a holder
of one of the following cards:
The maximum level of rebate is 50% for pensioners (which includes seniors with a CSHC) capped at $750 and 25% for seniors without a CSHC capped at $100. Deferment of rate payments may also be available for pensioners only with 100% entitlement. Pensioners
who defer their rates MUST pay their annual Refuse & Recycle charges each financial year. Seniors cannot defer any Rates, Emergency Service Levy or Service charges.If you become a pensioner or senior during the rating year (i.e. after
1 July) you can obtain a pro-rata rebate from the date that you register with the Water Corporation
or City of Kalamunda.You can apply for a concession online or over the phone to the Water Corporation by telephoning 1300 659
951.For further information please contact the Rates Department on (08) 9257 9999 or email us.
We respectfully acknowledge the Traditional Owners, the Whadjuk Noongar People as the Custodians of this land. We also pay respect to all Aboriginal community Elders, past, present and future who have and continue to reside in the area and have been an integral part of the history of this region.