Where your payments go
Your Council Tax payments are used to fund services provided by Runnymede Borough Council, Surrey County Council and Surrey Police.
Runnymede Borough Council only receives 8.52% and use this funding to provide local services including
- collecting household waste and recycling
- street cleaning
- day centres for the elderly
- community transport and meals
- parks and green spaces
- CCTV and other measures to keep Runnymede safe
Surrey County Council receives 77.17% and use this funding to provide the following services
- children’s and adult social care
- Surrey fire and rescue
- Trading standards
- public transport
- maintenance of public roads
- Surrey County Council
See how the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner for Surrey (Surrey Police) spends your Council Tax payments which contributes to the remaining 14.31% of your total bill.
- Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner for Surrey (Surrey Police)
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