2022/23 Differential General Rates and Draft 2022/23 Annual Budget

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2022/23 Draft Annual Budget

Information about the draft 2022/23 Budget is available under the FAQs section of this webpage.

2022/23 Differential General Rates

For the 2022/23 Budget, the Shire of Serpentine Jarrahdale is proposing to adopt the following differential rate categories

  • GRV Residential
  • GRV Vacant
  • GRV Commercial / Industrial
  • UV General
  • UV Rural residential
  • UV Commercial/Industrial
  • UV Intensive Farmland

The overall objective of the proposed rates in the 2022/23 Budget is to provide for the net funding requirements of the Shire’s services, activities, financing costs and the current and future capital requirements of the Shire, after taking into account all other forms of revenue.

Statement of Rating Objectives and Reasons

Further information about each rating category is available in the Statement of Rating Objectives and Reasons for the 2022/23 Rating Year. This document is available to view under the “documents” section of this webpage.

After reviewing the Statement of Rating Objectives and Reasons for the 2022/23 Rating Year, you are invited to make a submission. Information on making a submission is outlined below.

Making a submission

Submissions on the Shire’s proposed 2022/23 Differential Rates may be lodged by one of the following ways:

  • Completing an online form
  • Email your feedback to info@sjshire.wa.gov.au stating: 2022/23 Differential Rates submission
  • A written submission, submitted by mail or in person to 6 Paterson Street, Mundijong, stating 2022/23 Differential Rates submission

Submissions close 11.59pm, Monday 11 July 2022.


2022/23 Draft Annual Budget

Information about the draft 2022/23 Budget is available under the FAQs section of this webpage.

2022/23 Differential General Rates

For the 2022/23 Budget, the Shire of Serpentine Jarrahdale is proposing to adopt the following differential rate categories

  • GRV Residential
  • GRV Vacant
  • GRV Commercial / Industrial
  • UV General
  • UV Rural residential
  • UV Commercial/Industrial
  • UV Intensive Farmland

The overall objective of the proposed rates in the 2022/23 Budget is to provide for the net funding requirements of the Shire’s services, activities, financing costs and the current and future capital requirements of the Shire, after taking into account all other forms of revenue.

Statement of Rating Objectives and Reasons

Further information about each rating category is available in the Statement of Rating Objectives and Reasons for the 2022/23 Rating Year. This document is available to view under the “documents” section of this webpage.

After reviewing the Statement of Rating Objectives and Reasons for the 2022/23 Rating Year, you are invited to make a submission. Information on making a submission is outlined below.

Making a submission

Submissions on the Shire’s proposed 2022/23 Differential Rates may be lodged by one of the following ways:

  • Completing an online form
  • Email your feedback to info@sjshire.wa.gov.au stating: 2022/23 Differential Rates submission
  • A written submission, submitted by mail or in person to 6 Paterson Street, Mundijong, stating 2022/23 Differential Rates submission

Submissions close 11.59pm, Monday 11 July 2022.


  • Thank you for taking the time to provide feedback on the Shire's Proposed 2022/23 Differential Rating.

    Please provide your feedback by 11.59pm, Monday 11 July 2022.

    Submissions received will be reviewed and considered by Shire officers. 

    All submissions will be included as an attachment in a future report to Council where they will consider the draft 2022/23 Budget.

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