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FIRE AND EMERGENCY SERVICES LEVY


The FESL is a levy paid alongside council rates that will fund the work Fire and Rescue NSW, the NSW Rural Fire Service and the NSW State Emergency Service do to protect the community from fire, flood, storms and other natural disasters. The FESL will help provide life-saving equipment, firefighters, staff and volunteers, training, infrastructure and community education activities for our fire and emergency services.

The NSW Government and local government also make a direct contribution to funding these agencies. The FESL commences on 1 July 2017, and will replace the existing Emergency Services Levy payable on insurance premiums.


LAND CLASSIFICATION REVIEW FORM
Fire and Emergency Services Levy Review Application

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Fire and Emergency Services Levy Classification FAQ'S

FACTS
Fire and Emergency Services Levy Classifications Facts

RATES AND CALCULATOR
Fire and Emergency Services Levy Rates and Calculator

INSURANCE MONITOR
Insurance monitor website

 

FIRE AND EMERGENCY SERVICES LEVY HOTLINE (7am to 7pm)

1300 787 872

 

 

  

 

Fire and Emergency Services Levy Rates Banner


 

REDRAW OF TAIT AUTO BOAT PACKAGE

 

Over the past few months, Tait Auto Group has been running a competition for those who purchased new or pre-owned vehicles in February, March and April to win a $5,000 boat package.

 

During this time, Council has purchased a number of vehicles from Tait Auto and, as a result, was inadvertently included in the competition. On Wednesday, Council was announced as the winner of this competition.

 

Under its procurement policies and in compliance with legislative requirements, Council cannot accept this prize and have requested that this competition be re-drawn.

 

Mayor Cr Katrina Humphries wishes to congratulate Mr Stuart Hatton who has now been drawn as the winner of this prize. Enjoy your prize!

 

 

 

 

 
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