The council has since warned that it will take legal action against the defaulters.
Council Assistant Public Relations Manager, Brenda Katongola in a statement issued to QFM News states that according to the debtors list of January 16, 2014, the Council is owed over K84, 000 in ground rent, over K73, 000 in rates, over
K13, 000108, in commercial properties and over K12, 000 in Billboards advertising bringing the total amount to K183, 473, 388.98.
Ms Katongola says the Council has is offering an incentive of 25 per cent discount on those who clear their ground rent balances.
She has encouraged people to honour their obligations and pay what they owe the Council so that they can be able to offer quality service delivery to the community and also to enable the local authority meet its operational costs.
Ms Katongola says the Council will soon commence legal action against billboard debtors and other defaulters.
Meanwhile, the Lusaka City Council has acquired two compactor trucks, 112 rel skip bins and 20 closed roll-on bins at a cost of K4.999 million to ease problems of garabage collection in the city.
Ms Katongola says the trucks are expected in country soon.