About your council tax bill
Revenue spending on borough council services will total £60.1 million during 2018/2019 (£67.9 million in 2017/2018), including continued investment of £150,000 to enhance the town centre.
A total of £52.7 million of this spending will be funded from a combination of grants, business rates, and fees and charges (£60.9 million in 2017/2018). This leaves a total of £7.4 million to be met from council tax (£7 million in 2017/2018). The 2018/2019 budget also includes £2 million of capital spending (£2.8 million in 2017/2018).
The borough council's regular portion of your council tax is eight per cent of the total bill. The Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner receives a further 11 per cent, while 77 per cent of the total bill goes to Warwickshire County Council. The remainder goes to your parish council or the Rugby town area special expense.
- Information about Warwickshire County Council services and spending
- Information about Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner services and spending