Rates notices due to be issued on April 7 have been delayed by three weeks.
Moreton Bay Regional Council chief executive officer Greg Chemello says the notices will now be issued on April 28.
“Rates notices will be delivered three weeks later than usual,” Mr Chemello says.
“If you have an existing direct debit arrangement, your rates payment will not be affected.”
As a result of the delay, the due date would also be extended, to May 28, Mr Chemello says.
“Ordinarily, Moreton Bay Regional Council adheres to a strict schedule for the issue of rates notices.
“This ensures that our community consistently receives their rates notices at a similar time each quarter.”
“With the delay of the 2020/21 Q4 notice by three weeks, Council will slightly adjust the issue dates of the next couple of rates levies to ensure that ratepayers are given appropriate time to pay between quarters.”
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