As of July 1, 2011 all new construction that results in new structures or additional square footage within the
The State law exempts certain projects from paying the tax including:
|•||Private school improvements|
|•||Residential housing that is guaranteed to be affordable|
|•||Public or private hospital improvements|
Background At the January 11th, 2010 regular session of the The City of What does this tax pay for? Is your property located within Who can I contact for more Information?
The tax pays for school capital improvements including: land acquisition; construction, reconstruction or improvement of school facilities; acquisition or installation of equipment, furnishings or other tangible property; architectural, engineering, legal or similar costs related to capital improvements; or the payment of obligations and related costs of issuance that are issued to finance or refinance capital improvements.
At the January 11th, 2010 regular session of the
The City of
What does this tax pay for?
Is your property located within
Who can I contact for more Information?
If you have additional questions, you may contact
Construction Excise Tax - Frequently Asked Questions
Construction Excise Tax - Excemption Application