What is the tax impact of the voter-approved 2013 park bond projects?

Completion of the remaining voter-approved park bond projects requires approximately one-cent increase to the 2019 property tax rate, which is offset by a 2 percent increase to the residential homestead exemption that was approved by City Council in June 2019.  This means that the tax increase to support the remaining park bond projects is mainly offset by the adjustment to the homestead exemption.  The exact amount depends on your home's taxable value and the actual tax rate- which will be adopted by City Council later this year.

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1. How long has it been since the City increased utility rates?
2. What is the tax impact of the voter-approved 2013 park bond projects?
3. Do I have to do anything to receive the increase to my homestead exemption?
4. Are the remaining voter-approved park bond projects funded in the proposed budget?
5. What is the IWRP and how does it affect my water bill?
6. What is the impact of the tax rate to my City tax bill?
7. Will I continue to see a surface water charge on my water bill?
8. How much will my water bill increase?
9. Over the past few years, we have seen a significant reduction of retail sales in physical stores, the closing of businesses, etc. Has this factor been built into the projected income from sales tax?