Direct Debit is the easiest way to pay. There is a Direct Debit form which you can print off, fill in and return to us. Paying by Direct Debit helps keep your Council Tax down.
Paying online is easy and secure.
You can pay by over the phone using any of the cards listed above. Payments can be made using our automated payment line.
To make a payment, you will need to have your Council Tax payment reference number ready and know the amount you wish to pay. If you don't know your payment reference number then contact us.
If you send your payment by post, you should address it to:Revenues Service
Make cheques and postal orders payable to Liverpool City Council.
You should not make cheque and postal orders payable to individual officers. Do not send cash through the post. If you pay by cheque, please write the payment reference number on the back of the cheque. We will not give you a receipt unless you specifically ask for one and send us a stamped addressed envelope.
The payment card replaced payment booklets as the way to pay your Council Tax. The card is designed to give you more choice about where and when you pay your Council Tax. You can use it to pay at any Post Office or PayPoint outlet free of charge. The card cannot be used at banks.
Remember - the Post Office or PayPoint are not our agents. You should make sure that you pay at least seven days before the payment is due to make sure your payment to reaches us in time.
Take your payment card and pay free of charge at any Post Office. You can pay by cash, cheque or debit card. If you are paying by cheque please make it payable to 'Post Office Ltd'.
If you do not pay your Council Tax by Direct Debit you will receive a plastic payment card. Using the card is easy and free. Simply:
Please keep your payment card safe as you will not receive a new one each year. If you lose the card or have any queries about using it please contact us.
PayPoint outlets only accept cash payments. To find your nearest PayPoint and Post Office outlets visit www.allpay.net/outlets. Many of these outlets are open outside normal banking hours.
Your Council Tax bill shows the instalment amounts and the dates on which you should pay them.
The cash office at the City Centre One Stop Shop at the Municipal Buildings in Dale Street, Liverpool is open at the following times:
Monday to Friday: 8am - 6pm. Saturday: 9am - 1pm.
Yes, but we are unable to offer a prompt payment discount for 2013/14.