Payment Methods and Discounts
The payment can be made in the following ways:-
- Cash at all bank branches
- Credit card
- Check from a limited company
- Bank check or bank transfer
- Online payment - click here
A demand for payment submitted to the assessee must be paid within 30 days from the date of its delivery, and in any case passes to the granting of the requested building permit.
Discount according to "income test"
- The "Law for Jerusalem" for Paving, allows for a rebate for taxpayers who are entitled to a property tax rebate according to the "income test", which was examined and approved that year, and in accordance with the rules set forth in the "Law for Jerusalem". Discounts will apply to charges for obtaining a permit for additional construction to an existing building.
- No discounts will be granted for building deviations and/or for new construction and/or for undeveloped land.
- An assessee who believes that he is entitled to a discount and did not receive it originally, should submit a request for a discount with the form attached in Appendix B - "Request for a discount from paving levies according to the income test".
- Discount within the framework of the "Discounts Committee", in accordance with section 14 of the Paving section in the "Law for Jerusalem".
- The application for a discount will be submitted by the assessee to the Development Department in the Assessment and Collection Division on the form attached in Appendix C - Application form to the Discounts Committee for receipt of a discount on paving levies.