Council offers a range of options on how you can receive and pay your rate notices. This includes Payreq or BPAY View, which allows you to receive your rates notices electronically.
Receiving rates notices by email
Enjoy the convenience of viewing, receiving and printing your Rates Notices via email
Check your Notices anytime and print, save or email
View your Annual Rates Notices - current and copy rate notices from previous years 2021/2022, 2020/2021, 2019/2020 and 2018/2019
Create Payreq MyBills account
Click ‘Add New Biller’ and register for City of Stonnington (20198).
Select 'to register for Email'.
Refer to your Stonnington rates notice to enter the required information, including the email address you'd like your rates notice delivered to.
If you need a bit more help, go to the MyBills Email Getting Started section of the Payreq website.
If you are a property manager, we can provide digital Council rates notices to eliminate scanning and manual data entry.
Simply set up a profile with our email software provider, Payreq, and we can send bill data for all your managed properties.
Email email@example.com and ask them to set you up.
You can organise to have your Council rates delivered directly to your accounts receivable software - Xero, MYOB and many more.
Click 'Add New Biller' and register for City of Stonnington (20198).
Register for your Accounting Software.
Connect your account. Enter the information requested from your Stonnington rates notice including the email address you’d like the rates notice delivered to.
If you need a bit more help, go to the Support section of the Payreq website.
BPAY offers a service called BPAY View, which lets you manage your bills through the online bank account you use to pay them.
Once you set up BPAY View, your bank then sends you a reminder about your rates by email, SMS or through its own messaging system.
Not all banks offer BPAY View - you can find out if yours does on the BPAY website.
The City of Stonnington has partnered with Vision Australia to provide your rate notice in an accessible format of your choice, such as audio, braille, large print or e-text.
Contact Council to find out more.