Council Tax is a local charge on all domestic properties. The Tax is levied by Glasgow City Council to help fund local services such as schools, libraries and refuse collection.
Glasgow City Council is also required by law to collect water and waste water charges on behalf of Scottish Water and these charges are included in your Council Tax bill.
The amount of Council Tax that you will pay is dependent upon the value of your property and the consequent Council Tax Band into which the property has been placed. The band can be found on-line by using the Council’s Tax Band Search facility.
You can pay your Council Tax by a number of different ways.
Council Tax Exemption/Discount
There are certain situations where you may be exempt from Council Tax, or get a reduction in the amount you have to pay.
A selection of Council Tax information and forms are available for viewing or download here
There are certain situations where you may be exempt from Council Tax, or get a reduction in the amount you have to pay. Click here to find out more.
If you require any further information about Council Tax please contact:
The Council Tax Office
General enquiries: 0141 287 5050
Payment Line: 0141 287 0300
Council Tax Arrears
If you have council tax debt it might be worth contacting a GAIN adviser to check your options.
For free advice click here to search our database of advice centres across Glasgow or call the GAIN Helpline on 0808 801 1011. Calls are free from land-lines and mobile numbers.