The new rating year will start on 1 July 2020 and runs through 30 June 2021. The new valuations from the 2019 city-wide revaluation will be used for rating purposes for the first time this year. Find out more about the valuation process.
The annual rates are divided into five installments. Rates invoices are issued five times a year. Council offers several payment options including online via our secure payment portal,
Register now to receive future rates invoices and correspondence by email. Setup a direct debit and double your chances to win cash in the quarterly Upper Hutt City Council Rates Credit Prize draw.
How to update your personal details including your postal and email address.
Use our rates property search tool to find out property information such as current rates and valuations. Search by valuation number, address and/or legal description.
Assisting ratepayers on a low income to meet their rates responsibilities. Find out if your household is eligible for a rates rebate.
The Greater Wellington Regional Council offers assistance with the cost of home insulation.
Learn about how Council uses your rates to provide services.
Find out if you or your business are eligible for Council funding and remissions
What to know when buying or selling a property in regards to rates.
All of the brochures, letters and flyers that were included with the rates instalments during the current rating year are provided digitally.
Rating valuations are produced in accordance with the Rating Valuations Act 1998. This page explains rating valuations and information on recent revaluations
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