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Posted on: August 19, 2014

Notice of 2014 Tax Year Proposed Property Tax Rate for City of Cedar Hill

A tax rate of $0.698760 per $100 valuation has been proposed for adoption by the governing body of City of Cedar Hill. This rate exceeds the lower of the effective or rollback tax rate, and state law requires that two public hearings be held by the governing body before adopting the proposed tax rate.

PROPOSED TAX RATE $0.698760 per $100
PRECEDING YEAR'S TAX RATE $0.698760 per $100
EFFECTIVE TAX RATE $0.667785 per $100
ROLLBACK TAX RATE $0.715229 per $100

The effective tax rate is the total tax rate needed to raise the same amount of property tax revenue for City of Cedar Hill from the same properties in both the 2013 tax year and the 2014 tax year.

The rollback tax rate is the highest tax rate that City of Cedar Hill may adopt before voters are entitled to petition for an election to limit the rate that may be approved to the rollback rate.

YOUR TAXES OWED UNDER ANY OF THE ABOVE RATES CAN BE CALCULATED AS FOLLOWS:

property tax amount = (rate) x (taxable value of your property)/100

For assistance or detailed information about tax calculations, please contact:

John R. Ames, CTA
Dallas County Tax Assessor/Collector
500 Elm Street 1st Floor Records Bldg. Dallas TX
214-653-7811
TNTHELP@dallascounty.org
http://www.cedarhilltxgov.org/

You are urged to attend and express your views at the following public hearings on the proposed tax rate:

First Hearing: August 26, 2014 at 7:00pm at Government Center, 285 Uptown Blvd Cedar Hill TX.

Second Hearing: September 2, 2014. at 7:00pm at Government Center, 285 Uptown Blvd Cedar Hill TX.

View official notice here
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