How your Council Tax is spent
We collect Council Tax from over 75,000 properties in our district. We give a share of the Council Tax collected to West Sussex County Council for services such as education, child and adult services, the Fire Service and libraries. Sussex Police also receive a share of the money we collect. Where town and parish councils charge an amount for local services we add this to the bill.
Our share of the bill is about 10% of the total charge and we use this for services such as bin collections, keeping streets clean and looking after local parks and green spaces.
Every residential property in England receives one Council Tax bill no matter how many people live there.
Your bill consists of charges set by:
- Arun District Council [pdf] 214KB
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- West Sussex County Council
- Sussex Police and Crime Commissioner
- Town and Parish Councils
2022 Council Tax rebate
If you live in a property in council tax bands A to D, you are likely to receive a £150 council tax rebate from the government to help with the cost of living. Read more about the rebate on gov.uk.