How to Pay Your Council Tax
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The Council is responsible for collecting the Council Tax from all households in the area.
You can pay your council tax in the following ways:
To complete your payment online, you will need your council tax account number (which can be found on your council tax bill) as well as a valid debit or credit card.
Further information and help is available from our Online Payments page.
Paying via direct debit is the easiest and most hassle free way of paying your council tax.
To set up a Direct Debit please contact us on 01553 616200 or alternatively you can print and complete this Direct Debit Mandate and return to our offices.
Telephone Payment Line
You can pay your council tax by using our automated telephone payment line on 01553 616671.
To complete your telephone payment, you will need your council tax account number (which can be found on your council tax bill) as well as a valid debit or credit card.
You can pay your Council Tax by cheque by posting your cheque to:
Borough Council of Kings Lynn & West Norfolk
P O Box 26
Please write your account number clearly on the back of the cheque. This can be found on your bill. If you require a receipt, please enclose a stamped, self-addressed envelope.
Please do not include your bill with your cheque. Please do not send post-dated cheques or cash through the post.
Post Office or PayPoint Outlet
You can pay your council tax by cash at any Post Office or PayPoint outlet by taking your barcoded bill. For more information please see our Barcoded Bills and Invoices page.
You can find your closest Post Office or PayPoint outlet by adding your postcode to our Find my Nearest:
Difficulty paying your bill?
If you are having difficulty please contact us as soon as possible. A member of staff will then be able to discuss your payments and any options available to you.
Finance & Resources Department
Borough Council of King's Lynn & West Norfolk
PO Box 26
Last updated: 19 March 2014