Dear ACC Taxpayers,
The District remains grateful to the community for its continued support and remains committed to delivering an exceptional return on investment. ACC provides affordable higher education and training for more than 74,000 students a year. For more information on ACC’s programs and services, visit austincc.edu.
Notice of Public Hearing on Tax Increase
The Austin Community College District will hold two public hearings on a proposal to increase total tax revenues from properties on the tax roll in the preceding tax year by 6.1 percent. Your individual taxes may increase at a greater or lesser rate, or even decrease, depending on the change in the taxable value of your property in relation to the change in taxable value of all other property and the tax rate that is adopted.
The first public hearing will be held August 24, 2017, at noon at 5930 Middle Fiskville Road, Austin, Texas.
The second public hearing will be held on August 28, 2017, at noon at 5930 Middle Fiskville Road, Austin, Texas.
The members of the governing body voted on the proposal to consider the tax increase as follows:
Dr. Barbara Mink,
Ms. Gigi Edwards Bryant,
Mr. Sean Hassan,
Ms. Nicole Eversmann,
Dr. Nora de Hoyos Comstock,
Dr. Betty Hwang,
Ms. Julie Ann Nitsch
PRESENT AND NOT VOTING:
Dr. Nan McRaven
Mr. Mark Williams
The average taxable value of a residence homestead in the Austin Community College District last year was $293,793. Based on last year’s tax rate of $0.1020 per $100 of taxable value, the amount of taxes imposed last year on the average home was $299.67.
The average taxable value of a residence homestead in the Austin Community College District this year is $316,276. If the governing body adopts the effective tax rate for this year of $0.0950 per $100 of taxable value, the amount of taxes imposed this year on the average home would be $300.46.
If the governing body adopts the proposed tax rate of $0.1008 per $100 of taxable value, the amount of taxes imposed this year on the average home would be $318.81. Members of the public are encouraged to attend the hearings and express their views.
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By Melanie Hernandez September 22, 2017 - 5:16 pm
Did the .1008 get adopted? Haven’t seen any updates on the new tax rate for FY17/18.