Council tax is a yearly charge on all domestic properties and helps to pay for the following local services:
Council tax pays for a range of different services that are provided by the council.
Each town or parish council provides a different level of service based on the individual requirements of the area it serves. This means they are responsible for setting their own budgets and each year they make a request to us to include a charge for their services in your council tax bill.
Special expenses are charges for services we provide, such as maintenance of parks, open spaces and closed churchyards, which in other areas of the East Riding are provided by the town and parish councils
Humberside Fire & Rescue
Your council tax bill includes a charge for fire and rescue services. We are required to collect this on behalf of Humberside Fire and Rescue. You can find out how much of your council tax money is required to provide their services and how the money will be spent:
Humberside Fire & Rescue (external website, opens in new window)
Your council tax bill includes a charge for police services. We are required to collect this on behalf of the Police and Crime Commissioner for Humberside Police. You can find out how much of your council tax money is required to provide their services and how the money will be spent:
Humberside Police Crime Commissioner (pdf 324kb, opens in new window)