Win prizes by paying your rates

A Sydney Motorsport Park Turbo pass and a holiday package from Breakaway Travel Blacktown are just some of the prizes on offer for Blacktown City Council residents who pay their rates in full by 31 August 2019.

Blacktown City Mayor Stephen Bali MP said the 2019 Ratepayer Reward Program was an incentive that very few other councils offered.

“Residents who pay their rates in full before the end of August automatically go into the draw to win 1 of 12 major prizes and this year the first prize winner will be heading to the Sydney Motorsport Park with a Turbo pass valued at over $3,600,” Mayor Bali said.

“Rates make a real difference to the quality of life in Blacktown City.

“They help fund the services in our community and the essential infrastructure such as roads, footpaths, parks, gardens, and libraries.

“For 2019/20 Blacktown City Council adopted a record $736 million balanced budget to deliver vital services to residents and businesses alike.”

The Ratepayer Rewards Program has been distributed with the July rates notices via email or mail. The brochure includes information about the 2019/20 budget, with info-graphics on Council spending, major projects and ratepayer information. It also features the list of prizes to be won and vouchers that can used at a number of local restaurants, pools, leisure centres and attractions.

For more information on how to pay your rates visit:

Blacktown City Council thanks all sponsors for the Ratepayer Rewards Program: Sydney Motorsport Park, Breakaway Travel Blacktown, Blacktown Key Venues, Hoyts Blacktown, Evolution Car Hire, Sydney Blue Sox, Alpha Hotel Eastern Creek, Featherdale Wildlife Park, Blacktown Tennis Centre, Blacktown Workers Club, Cucina Locale, Western Sydney Wanderers and McDonalds .

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 A Sydney Motorsport Park with a Turbo pass valued at over $3,600 is the first prize. Pictured: Glenn Matthews, Chief Executive Officer of the Australian Racing Drivers’ Club (ARDC) and Blacktown City Mayor Stephen Bali MP in an Anglo Formula Ford 2 seater