You will receive your water authority tax assessment later than usual. To find our why that is so, please read our explanation.Read more
Water authority tax
Read more about your tax assesment, pay online or view the current rates.
How much does water authority tax cost and what are your paying for?
- View the current rates
- View examples of common situations.
- Calculate your water authority tax.
You can view and pay your tax assessment online. You will need to log in with your DigiD. You can then pay the amount in 8 instalments via direct debit. That's useful!View or pay assessment
You receive your water authority tax assessment once a year. We would be happy to help you to understand your assesment.Read our explanation
Do you have a low income? Then you may be eligible for remission of your water authority tax. That means you will not have to pay. Read more about the requirements or request remission online.Apply for remission
Is your water authority tax assessment incorrect? Then you can file an objection. You may also want to read about the objection procedure first.File an objection online
Receive a handy email as soon as we’ve drawn up your tax assessment. Log in at My Waternet with your DigiD and change your contact preference to ‘email’.
- Never miss an important bill
- Receive a friendly reminder when at risk of late payment
- Less paper is better for the environment
Questions and answers about water authority tax
Do you suspect that your water tax assessment is incorrect? Please read our explanation of the tax assessment. You can also file an objection online.Find out more
Did you receive multiple bills for water authority tax? That can happen. Some of the assessments of previous years will only be sent this year. Sometimes at the same time as this year’s assessment.Read more
You can choose to pay your water authority tax in up to 8 instalments with direct debit. This way, you always pay on time. You can set this up in minutes in My Waternet.Read more
A tenant should always pay water authority tax. Your landlord or expat agency could be the account holders for tap water. In that case you will not receive a tap water bill from Waternet.Read more
If you rent a home or a room, you must always pay water authority tax. Even if you made a different arrangement with your landlord.Read more