Registrations for eRates grow

Published on Monday, 19 July 2021 at 2:21:59 PM

More and more ratepayers are opting to have their notices delivered electronically, with eRates registrations growing significantly in the last few months.

And with rates notices arriving in letterboxes and inboxes this week, it’s still not too late to register and help reduce future paper consumption.

City of Greater Geraldton Mayor Shane Van Styn said the uptake for eRates is increasing.

“A number of ratepayers are opting to have their notices delivered straight to their inboxes, which is allowing us to make a positive impact to the environment and workplace,” he said.

“Since eRates was introduced in April last year we have had close to 1,000 new registrations and I imagine this number will continue to grow as more hear about it.

“Even if your rates notice is delivered by paper this year, you can arrange payment instalments and consider going paperless through eRates in the future.”

There are currently 986 ratepayers registered for eRates.

All that’s needed to go paperless is a rates assessment number as well as personal details.

To go register for eRates, head to 

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