The Finance Department is responsible for the financial management and accounting for the City of Rogers. This includes the following:
The property tax levy is the total dollar amount calculated by the City as needed to fund City services, capital expenditures and general debt obligations. It is applied to property values (taxable market values translated into tax capacities) and determines the amount that is placed on your property tax statements for the following year. The Rogers City Council set the preliminary 2013 levy on Tuesday, September 11, 2012. The preliminary levy is the maximum levy amount that can be certified as a final levy by December 28, 2012. The levy can be reduced but not increased between the time the preliminary and final levies are set.
Read more: 2013 Budget Facts
The following is an overview of property taxes, rates, tif and fiscal disparities impacts. This information was presented to City Council during the July 24, 2012 meeting.
Read more: 2013 Budget and Levy Process