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Looking to pay a fee or fine? City of Ballarat has different options for you depending on what you're trying to pay. Check the bottom or back of your invoice for payment options.
Need a little more help to sign up for rates direct debits?
Signing up for direct debits to pay your rates is quick and easy. Please note: Any arrears must be paid before signing up for direct debit. You will need to sign up for direct debit before 12 September. The option to apply will not be available in sServices after this date. How to sign up for direct debits with eServices: Log into your eServices account. If you don't have one, it's easy to sign up for an eServices acco...
Pay your fine using eServices or other payment methods. You may be eligible to pay your fine in instalments.
Smarter Parking in Ballarat
One hour of free parking every day via meter or app, top up anywhere, and automatic payments.
How and when do I pay my rates?
The City of Ballarat sends out valuation and rates notices in August each year. You can get your rates by email or post. If you need a copy of your rates notice, you can request a copy through eServices. Sign up to receive and view your rates notices online.
D2E Gym steps up its health and fitness business
In 2014, husband and wife duo Mel and Eric Morris took a big gamble. After running bootcamps and personal training sessions for many years, the pair invested their life savings into a gigantic warehouse space in Delacombe, which they turned into D2E Gym.
How are my rates calculated?
General rates are calculated using the valuation of your property and the rating differential rate in the dollar. All properties are valued annually by independent professional valuers appointed by the Valuer-General Victoria. The value is determined by sales of similar properties in the local area. If the property market is experiencing high or low sales, this will be reflected in that year’s valuation.
Managing my Certification Application
What is a Public Open Space Contribution? When proposing to subdivide your land into either three or more lots (or into two lots where there is further subdivision potential), you are required to make a public open space contribution. This contribution is a requirement of clause 53.01 and the schedule to clause 53.01 of the Ballarat Planning Scheme. Typically, the contribution is a ‘cash’ contribution equal to five...