The City is authorized to levy an annual ad valorem property tax on real property and personal property within the City. The City currently levies a property tax on real property (i.e. land and improvements), mobile homes and on business personal property. The Central Appraisal District for each County with property boundaries within the City determines the value for each property in the City. The City of Wylie has properties in Collin County, Rockwall County and Dallas County.
Property tax rolls are certified in July, and the tax rate is adopted in September, along with the City's annual operating budget. The City of Wylie tax collector sends statements in October to each taxpayer. Tax revenue is used to support General Fund operations and to fund long-term bonded indebtedness. Taxes are levied on January 1 of each year and are considered past due on February 1 of the following year.
The total assessed valuation increased by $146,359,932 to $2,416,825,532. The increase in the assessed valuation in FY2013-2014 will result in an increase of $993,066 in ad valorem tax revenues for Maintenance and Operations. The tax rate for the Maintenance and Operations is .593314/100 and the Interest & Sinking fund is .290586/100 for a total proposed tax rate of .88390/100. The Interest and Sinking fund is used to pay for bonds and certificates approved by the voters. For FY2013-2014, the City's proposed tax rate will be over the effective but under the rollback tax rates.This tax levy will generate $15,103,468 for the General Fund and $7,398,180 for the Interest & Sinking Fund.
The average homestead value is $155,489, which is an increase of 4.6% from the prior year. Overall, total assessed valuation was 6.45% more than prior year. Over the past 7 years, new construction permits have ranged from 200 to 700. This growth trend is expected to remain relatively consistant going into 2014, based on information from builders, planned subdivisions within the city and anticipated commercial development.
The City of Wylie ADOPTED A TAX RATE THAT WILL RAISE MORE TAXES FOR MAINTENANCE AND OPERATIONS THAN LAST YEAR'S TAX RATE.
THIS BUDGET WILL RAISE MORE TOTAL PROPERTY TAXES THAN LAST YEAR'S BUDGET BY $1,164,617 OR 5.76%, AND OF THAT AMOUNT, $529,470 IS TAX REVENUE TO BE RAISED FROM NEW PROPERTY ADDED TO THE TAX ROLL THIS YEAR.
The Tax Assessor/Collector is responsible for calculating, billing and collecting taxes.
City of Wylie's Tax Assessor Collector:
|Kenneth L. Maun
|P O Box 8006
McKinney , TX 75070
Visit the Central Appraisal District of Collin County for important information concerning tax rates, exemptions, appraisals, certified totals, protest procedures and other important tax information.