Financial Relief

Aurora

TasWater

City of Launceston

Meander Valley Council

Devonport City Council

COVID-19 Response Committee

Devonport City Council has formed a COVID-19 Response Committee consisting of three Councillors and relevant senior staff to develop and implement strategies to provide assistance, support and relief for the inevitable hardship many in the community will experience during the crisis.

The Committee has already announced the suspension of all parking fees in it’s carpark’s and street meters until further notice.

To stay updated please follow the link.

Burnie City Council

COVID-19 Response Committee

Burnie City Council has made some changes to its parking until the 27th April 2020 unless the Premier’s additional measures for the North West coast are extended.

To stay informed please follow this link.

State Revenue Office

Payroll Tax

Discussions taking place to include Agriculture within this definition.

Land Tax

  1. Commercial properties land tax waiver. Please refer to the business stimulus measures factsheet.
  2. Financial hardship. If you are experiencing financial hardship paying land tax, contact the State Revenue Office by following this link and using the prefilled email link.

Business Vehicle registration package relief

The Health, Safety and wellbeing of Tasmanians is our number one priority as we face the challenge of coronavirus. We also recognise the significant impact the unfolding COVID-19 situation and trading restrictions are having on Tasmanian small businesses.

To support significantly impacted Tasmanian small businesses, $9.75 million in business vehicle registration savings and deferrals is available.

Please follow the link for more information.

The Department of Communities Tasmania

State-wide COVID-19 Financial Relief

Supporting Vulnerable Tasmanians and our Community:

The Department of Communities Tasmania will be administering the funding of $5 million to Tasmania’s most vulnerable through food relief, emergency accommodation, essential transport and effective communication to ensure those Tasmanian’s susceptible to being disconnected stay connected and aware of the ever-changing environment.

To find out more about this funding please follow the link.

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