Residents need to pay close attention to their rates notices.
Residents need to pay close attention to their rates notices. Nat Bromhead

Online is a g'rate' way to pay your rates

RESIDENTS can now receive their rates notices electronically via Australia Post.

MyPost Digital Mailbox, from Australia Post, is a handy tool to help manage the business of everyday life by allowing residents to receive mail, pay most of their accounts and store important documents in one convenient place.

Gladstone Regional Council's Economic Development Strategy and Finance portfolio spokesperson Councillor Karen Porter said Council's partnership with Australia Post would make it even easier for residents in the region to connect with Council online.
 

"The MyPost Digital Mailbox allows residents to securely access Council rate notices online for free, set reminders and pay most of their accounts anytime and anywhere using a device with an internet connection, all at the touch of a button.

"Receiving your rates and water notices online is not only convenient, but is helping the environment too."

MyPost Digital Mailbox allows residents to:
• Connect with service providers such as utilities and government entities.
• Receive statements and bills, set reminders and make payments for most of your bills online, using any device with an internet connection.
• Handle mail on their own terms with everything coming to one safe, convenient, secure location online.
• Store important documents such as travel itineraries and rate and water notices.

To register for your free MyPost Digital Mailbox click here



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