In Wales each dwelling is allocated to one of nine bands coded by letters A to I on the basis of its assumed capital value as of 1st of April 2003. In this section you can; view Conwy's Council Tax band structure 2013/2014, find the Council Tax band for your property. As well as information about what to do if you think your banding is wrong.
Direct Debit is the most convenient way to pay your Council Tax. If you do not want to pay by Direct Debit, you can make payments: online, at the Post Office or by Credit or Debit Cards through our 24 hour online service. For more information, please see this section.
Some dwellings may be exempt from Council Tax. Individuals may apply to their Local Authority for Council Tax benefit and subject to eligibility will receive contributions to cover their Council Tax. To see whether you may be eligible, please see this section.
You can now do more online. Make payments and set up Direct Debits, apply for discounts, inform us of a change of address and even access your Council Tax account details whenever it’s convenient for you.
Council Tax contributes only a small proportion of local government revenue. The majority comes from central government grants and from business rates which are collected centrally and redistributed to Local Authorities. Information in this section includes: How Council Tax is Spent, How Council Tax is worked out and what Conwy does everyday.
Answers to questions you may have about paying for your Council Tax. These include: What to do if you are struggling to pay, changing the date of your payment, what will happen to you if you do not pay, Single Person Discount and finding out how much you owe.