OC Sales Tax For September

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The cities of Orange and West Orange were the only local entities with increases of sales tax receipts during the month of September. However, many stores and businesses were closed for periods in September because of Tropical Storm Harvey’s flood.
The Texas Comptroller’s Office has sent the September payments to the entities. The payments also include the quarterly payments made by some businesses for July, August, and September.
Though the sales taxes were down, they could be up for October. After Hurricanes Rita and Ike, sales taxes increased as homeowners repaired their homes and replaced belongings.
The sales taxes for are:
Bridge City: $161,386 for the month, a decrease of 15.35 percent from September last year. The city is now at $1.342 million for the year to date, a decrease of 6.4 percent for the same time last year.
Orange: $505,416 for the month, a 0.96 percent increase from September last year. The city has $4.16 million for the year to date, a 9.34 percent increase from the same period last year.
Pinehurst: $40,773 for the month, a decrease of 25.2 percent from September last year. The city is at $550,484 for the year to date, a decrease of 3.78 percent from the same period last year.
Vidor: $243,581 for the month, a decrease of 0.99 percent from September last year. The city has $2.4 million for the year to date, a decrease of 0.31 percent.
West Orange: $100,972 for the month, and increase of 6.79 percent from September last year. The city is at $1.048 million for the year to date, a decrease of 0.8 percent.
Orange County: $427,196 for September, a decrease of 2.8 percent from September last year. The county is at $4.128 million for the year to date, a decrease of 6.36 percent for the same period last year.
Orange County Emergency Services District No. 2: $14,735 for September and $161,070 for the year to date.



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