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There are lots of reasons why you might change your details and it’s important to let us know about these changes.
Here are some typical changes and how to inform us of them:
If you’ve changed your mailing address, let us know in writing.
There are two ways of doing this:
completing and sending us the Change of Mailing Address form(DOC, 242KB) by post, email or fax
sending an email to the Rates Department at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please provide any alternative contact information (for example, phone numbers and email addresses) when you contact Council.
To change your name on Council records please download and complete this Change of Name form(DOCX, 221KB).
Provide a copy of your change-of-name certificate (birth, marriage, deed poll), confirming your name change.
Normally, your legal representative will send us a Notice of Acquisition of an Interest in Land detailing the terms of the purchase (or transfer) of your property.
A completed Notice of Acquisition form(PDF, 637KB) should be lodged within one month of property transfer.
Your legal representative will send a Notice of Disposition of an Interest in Land when you sell (or for some other reason no longer own) a property). This will provide the new property owner’s details.
You’ll be liable to pay rates for this property until we receive the Notice of Disposition form(PDF, 552KB).