Road levy for residents (Wegenheffing Ingezetenen)

Who must pay the road levy for residents?

You pay the road levy for residents if you are/were a resident (a tenant or the owner of the property who also lives there) of a so-called zelfstandige woonruimte (a housing unit with a bedroom/living room and its own kitchen and bathroom facilities) in de Krimpenerwaard region on 1 January of that year.

How is the amount of the assessment for the road levy determined?

The road levy for residents is the same for each residential unit. It therefore does not make any difference how many residents live at the address or what the value of the property is.
You pay a fixed amount if you were living in a so-called zelfstandige woonruimte (a housing unit with a bedroom/living room and its own kitchen and bathroom facilities) on 1 January of that year. So, if you move during the course of the year, you still have to pay the levy for the whole year. However, you won’t receive an assessment at your new address until the next year.

Why do I have to pay the road levy for residents?

This levy helps Schieland en de Krimpenerwaard water board maintain a number of rural roads in the de Krimpenerwaard region.

Will I get a reduction of the road levy for residents if my situation changes during the course of the year?
Does the number of people in my household matter for the road levy for residents?
Can I object to the road levy for residents?
Can I request exemption for the road levy for residents?
Can I pay the road levy for residents in instalments?