How to Pay Your Rates
Any amount of rates may be paid at any time, by way of internet banking (including POLi), credit or debit card payment, direct debit, cash, or automatic payment.
Methods and places of payment
Payment may be made through:
- Internet Banking (including POLi)
- Credit or Debit Card Payment
- Direct Debit (our preferred method)
- Council Offices
- Post Shop.
More information about internet banking can be viewed on our Internet Banking Payments page. To pay your rates by credit or debit card, please view our Rates Online Payment page.
|Horowhenua District Council
Private Bag 4002
|126-148 Oxford Street, Levin
Main Street, Foxton
Tokomaru Village Centre
|Find your nearest Post Shop
Pay your rates by direct debit
With the aim of making it easier to pay your property's rates account, Horowhenua District Council offers you the option to pay by direct debit. Payments can be set up fortnightly, monthly, or quarterly.
Download and complete the Direct Debit Authority Form available below and return it with a deposit slip for your bank account to Horowhenua District Council, Private Bag 4002, Levin. Or it can be emailed to email@example.com.
HDC Rates Direct Debit Form(PDF, 229KB)
Payments will be offset against oldest rates balances first.
Pay your water account by direct debit
With the aim of making it easier to pay your property's water account, we offer the option to pay by direct debit.
Simply click on the link below to download the information and form, complete the Direct Debit Authority Form and return it with a deposit slip for your bank account to Horowhenua District Council, Private Bag 4002, Levin.
HDC Water Billing Direct Debit Form(PDF, 284KB)
Water rates for metered water consumption are payable by the 25th of the month following the invoice date.
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