Council tax

Council tax is levied to part fund the services provided by the council and also contributes to funding North Wales Police.

Coronavirus update

We understand many people will be financially impacted by COVID-19. If you are struggling to pay your council tax please contact us online. We are currently receiving high call volumes and recommend using our online applications where possible.

If your income has reduced, you may be entitled to claim Council Tax Reduction.

For the latest information about our services and advice please visit denbighshire.gov.uk/coronavirus

We are trialling a new way to send council tax bills

You may receive an email from us with a link to view your council tax bill online. If you open the link within 48 hours, we will continue to send council tax bills this way, which you can stop at any time. If you don't open the link within 48 hours, we will send your council tax bills by post. The email will not ask for personal details or a response.

Services and information

Chat to an adviser online. Monday to Thursday: 9am to 5pm. Friday: 9am to 4:30pm.


Your council tax bill explained

Information about your council tax bill.

Discounts and exemptions

Find out which properties are exempt and what discounts are available.

Pay council tax

Make a payment online or find out more about other ways to pay, such as direct debit.

Council tax reduction scheme

Find out if you are entitled to help paying your council tax based on your income.

Council tax property bands

Find out the band and amount payable on a property.

Who is responsible?

Find out who is liable for the council tax.

Log in to or register your council tax account

Log in or register to check your account balance online, sign up for e-Billing, get E-notifications and more.

Let us know about a change

Moved in or out? Other changes? Find out how to let us know.

Problems paying and appeals

If you are having difficulty, we may be able to help.

Enforcement Agents (bailiffs)

Information about Enforcement Agents (previously known as bailiffs).