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The basics

You pay your council tax direct to the district and borough councils who collect it on behalf of the county council.

Please note: If you are unsure about what district or borough you live in, check your postcode on the Directgov website.

 

Pay your council tax online

Follow the links to the relevant payment pages managed by your local billing authority:

 

Queries and other methods of payment

You should contact your local billing authority:

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Latest council news

Alton Towers Steps In To Help In Covid Battle

Alton Towers Resort is to test both local people and Resort staff without Covid-19 symptoms, as part of efforts to curb the rise in cases across Staffordshire.
Date:
12 January 2021

Investment plan for businesses and communities

Planned investment to get businesses and communities moving again has been backed by Staffordshire County Council's cabinet as part of its financial plans for 2021/22, while also proposing record-breaking expenditure of almost £350 million on social care for vulnerable adults and children.
Date:
06 January 2021

Care for people and communities dominates 2021 budget

Almost £350 million will be spent on social care in Staffordshire in the 2021/22 budget to support vulnerable adults and children
Date:
23 December 2020

Calls for Staffordshire to Work Together to Tackle Covid-19 as County Moves to Very High Alert Today

Staffordshire residents are being urged to work together to continue to stop the spread of covid-19, after the county moved to the Very High Alert tier today.
Date:
02 December 2020

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