1 Public Hearings on Proposed Tax Rate August 19, 2014 at 7:00 p.m. and August 26, 2014 at 10:00 a.m.
2 4 Principles of Truth-In-Taxation Property owners receive notices of increases in their properties appraised value and estimated taxes that could result from the new value. Taxing units must publish its effective and rollback tax rates before adopting an actual rate. Notices must be published and taxing entity must hold two public hearings before adopting a tax rate that exceeds the lower of the rollback rate or the effective rate. If a taxing unit adopts a rate that exceeds the rollback rate, voters may petition for an election to limit the rate to the rollback rate.
3 Denton Central Appraisal District Appraisal Districts were established in 1981 as a political subdivision and are responsible for appraising property for ad valorem tax purposes of each taxing unit. Contact Information: Chief Appraiser Rudy Durham 3911 Morse Street Denton, Texas Metro: Fax:
4 Public Hearing Notices Proposed Tax Rate The Notice of Proposed Property Tax Rate has been advertised and posted according to the provisions detailed in the Local Government Code as follows: ¼ page notice appeared in the Denton Record Chronicle on Monday, August 11 th. Notice was posted on the main page of the Denton County web site on August 11 th and will remain posted through August 26 th. Notice was provided to the local free-access cable station to run for 60 second periods at least 5 times per day between the hours of 7:00am and 9:00pm from August 11 th through August 26 th.
5 Effective Tax Rate The effective tax rate will provide the taxing unit with approximately the same amount of revenue it had the year before on properties taxed in both years.
6 Summary of Current and Proposed County Tax Rate Current Tax Rate = $ Effective Tax Rate = $ Proposed Tax Rate = $ Variance (Current vs. Proposed) = ($ ) Variance (Proposed vs. Effective Rate)= $ The Proposed Tax Rate is % above the effective tax rate.
7 New Property Value New property value generates new revenue for a taxing unit. This helps offset property value losses for new exemptions and special appraisals granted for the first time in the current year. The taxing unit deducts new property value from the appraised values in the effective tax rate calculation New Property values total $4,983,482 in new funds used in the proposed FY2015 budget
8 Effective Rate vs. Proposed Rate Sample Effective Rate Proposed Rate Annual Monthly Home Value County Taxes County Taxes Variance Variance Tax Rate per $100 Value: $ $ Impact (Savings) Impact (Savings) $100,000 $ $ $5.84 $0.49 $150,000 $ $ $8.75 $0.73 $200,000 $ $ $11.67 $0.97 $234,162 (Avg. home value) $ $ $13.67 $1.14 This chart assumes no increase in valuation. Changes in an individual taxpayer s county taxes depend on the specific change in property valuation.
9 Current Rate vs. Proposed Rate Sample Current Rate Proposed Rate Annual Monthly Home Value County Taxes County Taxes Variance Variance Tax Rate per $100 Value: $ $ Impact (Savings) Impact (Savings) $100,000 $ $ ($12.71) ($1.06) $150,000 $ $ ($19.07) ($1.59) $200,000 $ $ ($25.43) ($2.12) $234,162 (Avg. home value) $ $ ($29.77) ($2.48) This chart assumes no increase in valuation. Changes in an individual taxpayer s county taxes depend on the specific change in property valuation.
10 Property Taxes for Average Home Owner City of Denton Previous Year (Tax Year 2013) Total Taxes $5,454 School District $3,332 or 61% City of Denton $1,502 or 28% Denton County $620 or 11% Based on the Average $217,752 Denton County Home Value Current Tax Rates: Denton County $ / Denton ISD $1.530 / City of Denton $
11 Property Taxes for Average Home Owner City of Denton Proposed Rates (Tax Year 2014) Total Taxes $5,858 School District* $3,606 or 62% City of Denton $1,615 or 27% Denton County $637 or 11% Based on the Average $234,162 Denton County Home Value * Proposed Tax Rates: Denton County $ / Denton ISD $1.540 / City of Denton $
12 Average Home Value/Monthly Taxes Based on the average Denton County Home Value of $234,162 Monthly Taxes $ $ Denton County School District City of Denton Based on proposed tax rates for each entity
13 Ten-Year Tax Rate History Cents Per $100 Value '05 '06 '07 '08 '09 '10 '11 '12 '13 '14 Tax Year
14 Comparison of Top 10 Texas Counties Combined County-Wide Tax Rates Tax Rate in Cents Denton Collin Fort Bend Hidalgo Harris Dallas El Paso Tarrant Travis Bexar Denton County tax rate is the proposed rate for FY15. Other counties tax rates are the existing FY14 rates. Includes tax rates assessed county-wide for the county including: County, Hospital District, Community College, Flood Control, Port Authority, etc.
15 Tax Bill Comparison Based on Denton County s average home value of $234,162 $1,800 $1,600 $1,549 $1,508 $1,400 $1,200 Annual Tax Bill $1,000 $800 $600 $637 $752 $400 $200 $0 Denton County Proposed Tarrant County Current Dallas County Current Collin County Current This chart reflects Denton County s proposed tax rate for FY2015 while the other counties tax rates are the existing FY2014 rates. The totals include tax rates assessed county-wide within each county including County, Hospital District, and Community College District taxes.
16 Top 15 Counties Population/Employee County Population # Employees # Emp Per 1000 Population Harris 4,275,000 14, Dallas 2,454,000 6, Tarrant 1,850,000 4, Bexar 1,785,704 4, Travis 1,095,584 5, ElPaso 820,790 2, Collin 834,642 1, Hidalgo 806,552 3, Denton 713,200 1, Fort Bend 627,293 2, Montgomery 485,047 2, Williamson 479,989 1, Cameron 406,220 1, Nueces 347,691 1, Brazoria 313,166 1, Denton County information is based on the proposed FY15 budget. Information for other counties is based on FY14 data.
17 Number of Employees per Capita Population in Thousands Series2 Series1 '06 '07 '08 '09 '10 '11 '12 '13 '14 ' Fiscal Year
18 Revenue Summary by Function $238,912,256 Property Taxes 71% Fees 8% Fines 1% Intergovernmental 6% Auto Registration 4% Fund Balance 8% Interest <1% Miscellaneous 2%
19 Functions of Denton County Public Safety County Jail and Jail Health Sheriff s Department Adult and Juvenile Probation (6) Constables Fire and Ambulance Services Emergency Management/Homeland Security County Roads and Bridges Judicial/Legal - Criminal Justice System (22) District, County, & Justice of the Peace Courts Criminal District Attorney District Clerk and Jury Services Medical Examiner Services Security Services Debt Service Long Term Debt Roads and Bridges County Facilities Capital Projects Miscellaneous Health and Welfare Health Dept-Clinical & Environmental Child Protective Services Indigent Health Care Financial County Auditor County Treasurer Tax Assessor/Collector Motor Vehicle Registration/Property Taxes Budget Office General Administration County Clerk Commissioners Court Human Resources Purchasing Information Services Elections Veterans Service Public Works Facilities Management
20 Expense Summary by Function $238,912,256 Public Safety 31% Financial 3% Health & Welfare 3% Judicial 9% Legal 6% Facilities 4% Road & Bridge 5% General Administration 12% Capital Projects 3% Miscellaneous 3% Debt Service 21%
21 Proposed Budget FY 2015 Major Changes Increased Debt Payments-Voter Approved Road and Building Projects Jail & Juvenile Expansion (Deferred Hiring from FY2014 of 76 New Hires and Operating Exp) for the new voter approved facility projects 4% Raises / Reclassifications / Benefit Increases for Employees/Officials New District Court effective January 1, 2015 Increase in Capital Replacement Contingency Funds Increased Expenses for Employee Wellness Program Fire Call Funding Increase Increase in Vehicles/Computer Hardware & Software Expenses
22 Proposed Budget FY 2015 Major Changes New Employees Proposed: Purchasing Sourcing Manager Technology Services Mobile Systems Technician Elections Administration Elections Technician 442 nd District Court Judge, Court Reporter, Court Administrator, Bailiff, Family Law Attorney II, Paralegal, Investigator Probate Court Probate Court Attorney/Administrator District Clerk Software Application Manager Justice Information System (2) Application Support Technicians Criminal District Attorney Felony Intake Attorney Law Enforcement Facility Correction Facility Tech I Facilities Management Maint./Repair Specialist I and Landscape Project Manager County Jail Deputy Sheriff/Transport (Female) Sheriff s Department (6) Deputy Sheriff Patrol positions Constable, Pct. #5 Deputy Constable Road and Bridge Engineering Engineer Juvenile Detention Expansion (3) Juvenile Supervision Officers Public Health Clinical increase Part Time Primary Care Clinician to Full-Time Deleted Two Slots: Constable, Pct. #1 (Deputy Constable) and Justice of the Peace, Pct. #1 (Court Clerk)
23 Jail and Juvenile Expansion Summary Budget Impact Department FY2014 FY2015 Jail Expansion $ 1,271,100 $ 2,661,310 Juvenile Expansion $ 994,313 $ 517,793 GRAND TOTAL $ 2,265,413 $ 3,179,103 $1.4 million less than estimated impact of $4.6 million in FY14. Reduction is the result of a decision to phase-in the Detention portion of the facility. Only three positions included in FY15 vs. original estimate of twenty positions.
25 Increased Debt Service Payments-Voter Approved Technology and Building Projects Fiber Optic Construction $ 292,530 Grand Total-Technology/Building Projects $ 292,530
26 Summary of Voter Approved Projects Included in Debt Service Payments for FY2015: County Roads $ 3,078,372 TRIP 08 Roads $ 26,314,098 Building/Technology Projects $ 292,530 TOTAL VOTER APPROVED PROJECTS $ 29,685,000 Increase in Taxes for Debt Service Payments for FY15 = $3,005,426
27 Summary of Approved Tax Note Projects: Pre-Trial Inmate and Transport Remodel Project $ 694,000 Human Resource Management System $ 500,000 Network for New County Facilities $ 344,000 Courthouse Security Improvement Project $ 149,500 Network Access Control System $ 223,800 Radio System Modernization Project $ 9,288,700 TOTAL TAX NOTE PROJECTS $ 11,200,000
28 Proposition #1 Denton County, Texas November 4, 2008 Bond Election Results Road $310 million received 68.22% voter approval (Issued to-date $231,225,532 - Balance to Issue $78,774,468) Proposition #2 Building $185 million received 52.25% voter approval (Issued to-date $118,593,406 - Balance to Issue $66,406,594) Total Projects approved by the voters totaled $495 million
29 The tax rate increase above the calculated effective tax rate. Total Taxable Value in Denton County = $ 62,957,425,871 Total Tax Levy on Effective Tax Rate = $ 167,695,918 Total Tax Levy on Proposed Tax Rate = $ 171,370,113 Actual Increase In Taxes Above the Effective Rate = $ 3,674,195
30 The tax rate increase above the calculated effective tax rate is for various voter approved projects Increase in Taxes for Debt Service Payments = $ 3,005,426 Operating Expenses for Voter Approved Projects = $ 3,179,103 (Jail and Juvenile Expansion) Total Increased Debt Payments/Operating Exp = $ 6,184,529 Actual Increase in Taxes Above Effective Rate = $ 3,674,195 Amount Being Funded Without Increasing the Tax Rate Above the Proposed Rate = $ 2,510,334
31 Additional Information Proposed budget will be on file in the Budget Office, County Clerk and County Auditor s Office and will be posted on the main page of the web site by Wednesday, August 27, Public Hearing on the Proposed Budget - 10:00am on Tuesday September 2, 2014 at the Courthouse-on-the- Square in the Commissioners Courtroom. Adoption of the budget is scheduled immediately following the public hearing. Adoption of the tax rate will follow adoption of the budget at approximately 10:15am on September 2, 2014.
32 Questions / Comments Public Participation Questions or comments Invite public input on the proposed tax rate
33 At the Conclusion of the Public Hearing Announce the date, time and place that the proposed tax rate will be adopted. Schedule adoption of the tax rate for Tuesday, September 2, 2014 at 10:15am at the Courthouse on the Square, in the Commissioners Courtroom, 110 West Hickory, Denton, Texas.
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