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1 Tulsa County Public Service Net Values Source: Assessor s Report to the Excise Board (Net Assessment) CITIES & TOWNS Yr Chg BIXBY 8,817,889 8,277,095 6,633,728 6,791,304 6,605,012 6,820, % BROKEN ARROW 22,948,152 20,067,592 17,418,147 13,902,641 17,689,157 18,859, % COLLINSVILLE 916, , , , , , % GLENPOOL 2,910,727 2,886,223 3,240,950 3,509,332 3,469,492 5,322, % JENKS 32,537,846 33,002,811 25,424,472 25,591,728 25,704,723 27,756, % LIBERTY 274, , , , , , % OWASSO 6,094,803 5,065,860 4,308,823 4,316,180 4,434,913 4,661, % SAND SPRINGS 7,978,972 7,458,988 6,234,484 6,211,826 6,377,033 6,922, % SAPULPA 112, , , , , , % SKIATOOK 775, , , , , , % SPERRY 1,014,042 1,292,185 1,909,006 1,940,349 1,843,459 1,721, % TULSA 192,985, ,147, ,980, ,772, ,579, ,776, % SUBTOTAL 277,366, ,036, ,746, ,745, ,371, ,495, % UNINCORPORATED AREAS 67,834,153 65,847,790 59,168,198 54,296,552 58,205,308 60,766, % TOTAL: 345,200, ,883, ,915, ,041, ,577, ,261, % % % -2.68% +9.41% +5.00% Revised of 17

2 Tulsa County Public Service Net Values Source: Assessor s Report to Excise Board (Net Assessment) SCHOOL DISTRICTS Yr Chg #01-TULSA 185,371, ,070, ,271, ,717, ,598, ,744, % #02-SAND SPRINGS 10,299,232 9,906,918 8,443,035 8,585,214 8,930,147 9,597, % #03-BROKEN ARROW 23,269,453 20,894,224 18,515,458 14,644,932 18,983,418 20,134, % #04-BIXBY 16,276,361 14,733,236 10,550,643 10,033,137 9,852,325 10,268, % #05-JENKS 47,103,471 45,658,686 35,581,902 36,186,903 37,352,117 39,720, % #06-COLLINSVILLE 2,492,813 2,047,246 1,816,490 1,646,234 1,647,413 1,786, % #07-SKIATOOK 883, , , , , , % #08-SPERRY 2,165,734 2,549,224 3,224,870 3,289,933 3,200,287 3,123, % #09-UNION 21,252,456 19,160,939 16,546,904 16,351,844 18,150,870 19,086, % #10-BERRYHILL 9,788,183 11,232,321 11,599,241 10,803,566 12,043,359 12,612, % #11-OWASSO 19,316,804 17,757,237 16,216,975 15,648,314 15,576,205 16,000, % #13-GLENPOOL 5,530,165 5,747,416 6,102,892 5,966,707 5,989,810 7,791, % #14-LIBERTY 562, , , , , , % #15-KEYSTONE 888, , , , , , % TOTAL: 345,200, ,883, ,915, ,041, ,577, ,261, % % % -2.68% +9.41% +5.00% Revised of 17

3 Tax Increment Financing Source: County Treasurer s Office and City Governments Provided for by the Local Development Act, 62 O.S Brady Village Performance level 153.4% Designed to become an Arts & Entertainment District in conjunction with the Brady Theatre and the Cain s Ballroom The projected tax over the life of TIF: $4,533,702 (sales & ad valorem) Actual collections: ad valorem tax $5,683,0009 sales tax $1,270,178 Term: (Paid off Jun. 2017) (Closed Jul. 18, 2017) 4. Cimarron Center Performance level 16.1% For development and redevelopment of the Cimarron Center site to attract businesses and revitalize the area. The projected tax over the life of TIF: $13,857,705 (sales & ad valorem) Actual collections: ad valorem tax $624,922 sales tax $1,602,181 Term: (Paid off Oct. 2006) (Closed Feb ) 2. Central Park Performance level 123.4% Partnering with the Home Depot Downtown to improve the district with streetscaping (lighting, sidewalks, benches, signage, etc.) and utility improvements The projected tax over the life of TIF: $7,446,924 (sales & ad valorem) Actual collections: ad valorem tax $961,437 sales tax $8,231,183 Term: (Paid off Jun 2009) (Closed Feb. 11, 2010) 5. North Peoria Performance level 73.9% Revitalize an underserved area of Tulsa with public improvements The projected tax over the life of TIF: $7,860,978 (sales & ad valorem) Actual collections: ad valorem tax $4,262,220 sales tax $1,545,431 Term: (Paid off Jun. 2017) (Closed Jan. 10, 2018) 3. Tulsa Technology Performance level 28.8% Created to provide public infrastructure for high-tech corporate headquarters in downtown to support business expansion. The projected tax over the life of TIF: $26,296,401 (ad valorem) Actual collections: ad valorem tax $7,247,093 sales tax $339,216 Sales Tax was collected for one year only Term: (Paid off Dec. 2014) (Closed Jan. 15, 2015) 6. Blue Dome Performance level 240.2% Planned public improvements for streetscaping (lighting, sidewalks, benches, signage, etc.) and fire suppression assistance grants The projected tax over the life of TIF: $1,501,911 (sales & ad valorem) Actual collections: ad valorem tax $1,118,504 sales tax: $2,489,282 Term: (Paid Off Mar. 2016) (Closed Apr. 1, 2016) Note: All collections from inception thru December Countywide collections total $74,236,247 and Countywide projections total $748,327,340 for an overall Performance level 9.9% Revised of 17

4 Tax Increment Financing Source: County Treasurer s Office and City Governments Provided for by the Local Development Act, 62 O.S Tulsa Hills Performance level 16.3% Construction of a storm water drainage facilities, facilities, earthwork, and other public improvements for the 695,000 sq. ft. retail center at HWY 75 and 71 st Street The projected tax over the life of TIF: $170,446,000 (sales & ad valorem) Actual collections: ad valorem tax $12,356,492 sales tax $15,464,356 Term: (Ad Valorem Terminated in 2015) 8. Jenks One Performance level 115.5% Development of roadways, sewer and other public improvements to increase marketability for development The projected tax over the life of TIF: $2,376,166 (ad valorem) Actual collections: ad valorem tax $2,743,781 sales tax N/A Term: (Extended for another 13 years) Performance level N/A 10. Broken Arrow Flightsafety & Downtown Economic Development One Promote economic development and job creation, including the retention and relocation of FlightSafety, and the acquisition of redevelopment sites and implementation of public improvements in the downtown area The projected tax over TIF life: $ (sales & ad valorem) Actual collections: ad valorem tax $4,058,087 sales tax $1,111,794 Term: Performance level 22.2% 11. Sand Springs Webco Industries Economic Development Two Promote economic development and job creation, including the construction of a new facility for Webco Industries, and the acquisition of redevelopment sites and implementation of public improvements in the Star Center industrial area The projected tax over TIF life: $11,511,000 (ad valorem) Actual collections: ad valorem tax $2,364,181 sales tax $187,290 Sales Tax was collected for one year only Term: Jenks Two Performance level 0.0% Provides area with stability and market potential for further development The projected tax over TIF life: $294,469,879 (sales & ad valorem) Actual collections: ad valorem tax $0 sales tax $0 Term: Note: All collections from inception thru December Jenks Three Performance level 0.3% Provide the funding necessary to upgrade and extend water, sewer, storm drainage, roadways, environmental resolutions/mitigations, make necessary floodplain modifications and other improvements to serve as a catalyst for retaining or expanding employment, to reverse economic stagnation or decline, to attract major investment in the area and to preserve or enhance the tax base in the area of the district The projected tax over the life of TIF: $26,194,540 (sales & ad valorem) Actual collections: ad valorem tax $80,776 sales tax $0 Term: Countywide collections total $74,236,247 and Countywide projections total $748,327,340 for an overall Performance level 9.9% Revised of 17

5 Tax Increment Financing Source: County Treasurer s Office and City Governments Provided for by the Local Development Act, 62 O.S Jenks Four Performance level 0.0% Provide the funding necessary to upgrade and extend water, sewer, storm drainage, roadways, environmental resolutions/mitigations, pipeline removal and/or relocations and other improvements to serve as a catalyst for retaining or expanding employment, to reverse economic stagnation or decline, to attract major investment in the area and to preserve or enhance the tax base in the area of the district The projected tax over the life of TIF: $76,662,134 (sales & ad valorem) Actual collections: ad valorem tax $33,817 sales tax $0 Term: Tulsa Airport D Performance level 1.5% Support the area s aerospace economy and generate additional, related private investment in the area through new public infrastructure taxilanes, hangars, storage facilities, water and sewer lines, access roads, and building pads The projected tax over the life of TIF: $14,000,000 (sales & ad valorem) Actual collections: ad valorem tax $4,064 sales tax $207,094 Term: Sapulpa Four Performance level 3.1% Extend public infrastructure improvements including water, sewer and roadways, in the area commonly know as Polson Industrial Park to spur its further development The projected tax over the life of TIF: $5,670,000 (ad valorem) Actual collections: ad valorem tax $174,437 sales tax N/A Term: Owasso Redbud Performance level 0.1% Develop the area surrounding Main Street, achieve the City s development objectives, improve the quality of life for its citizens, stimulate private investment, and enhance the tax base The projected tax over the life of TIF: $21,500,000 (sale & ad valorem) Actual collections: ad valorem tax $10,920 sales tax $1,743 Term: Santa Fe Square Performance level 0.1% Develop a mixed use project including a substantial retail component, apartments, Class A office space, a full-service boutique hotel, and over 1,100 structured parking spaces The projected tax over the life of TIF: $64,000,000 (sales & ad valorem) Actual collections: ad valorem tax $62,714 sales tax $46 Term: Note: All collections from inception thru December Countywide collections total $74,236,247 and Countywide projections total $748,327,340 for an overall Performance level 9.9% Revised of 17

6 Incentive Districts Source: County and City Government The Local Development Act, 62 O.S. 850, provides for the granting of incentives and exemptions from taxation within certain areas where investment, development, and economic growth is difficult. Duration Status Market Value Exempted 2017 Taxable 1.Pioneer Village-City of Jenks Ended $7,479,500 $640, Ambassador Hotel-City of Tulsa Ended $14,596,000 $4,910, Hamilton Office Building-City of Tulsa Ended $13,048,100 $3,419, Tulsa Uptown-City of Tulsa Ended $39,004,200 $9,820, Cardinal Heights-City of Collinsville Ended $9,507,500 $867, Autumn Park-City of Bixby Ended $9,564,500 $1,233, Redbud Village-City of Glenpool Ended $11,655,000 $749, EDS-Tulsa County Ended $613,708,300 $149,880, Mayo Hotel and Lofts LP-City of Tulsa Ended $180,927,600 $36,738, Mayo 420-City of Tulsa Ended $42,120,000 $8,087, Atlas Life-City of Tulsa Ended $50,256,600 $9,438,200 Totals for Ended Districts $991,867,300 $225,800, Greenarch LLC-City of Tulsa Active $26,001,900 N/A 13. Coliseum LLC-City of Tulsa Active $2,532,900 N/A 14. Macy s Corporate Service Active $338,270,900 N/A 15. Art Deco Lofts & Apts LLC-City of Tulsa Active $2,458,600 N/A 16. Palace Bldg LLC (newsprint bldg)-city of Tulsa Active $2,300,000 N/A Totals for Active District $371,564,300 N/A 6 of 17 Revised

7 Tulsa County Ad Valorem By Type Source: County Assessor s Abstract of Tax Rolls FY FY Real (74%) $208,083,581 Personal (15%) $42,465,468 Central (11%) $32,512,275 Total Taxes $283,061,324 Real (79%) $416,332,593 Personal (14%) $71,325,793 Central (7%) $39,607,229 Total Taxes $527,265,615 FY FY Real (81%) $515,938,963 Personal (12%) $78,977,286 Central (7%) $42,853,250 Total Taxes $637,769,499 Real (82%) $633,372,212 Personal (13%) $100,633,227 Central (5%) $37,080,701 Total Taxes $771,086,140 Revised of 17

8 Tulsa County Ad Valorem Tax By User Source: County Fiscal Office and County Treasurer s Office FY FY Career Tech County Gen 10.45% Fund 8.10% City-County Health 2.02% City-County Library 4.17% Community College 5.65% City 15.80% County Gen Fund 7.54% City-County Health 1.88% City-County Library 3.88% Career Tech 9.72% Community College 5.26% City 16.37% Schools K % Total Property Taxes Collected $637,769,499 School K % Total Property Taxes Estimated $771,086,140 Note: Largest growth has been Schools K-12 (55.34% % = 1.53%) as a portion of countywide property taxes. Largest decrease has been Career Tech (9.72% % = -0.72%). Revised of 17

9 Mills (Tax Levy) & Demand for Taxes Source: Assessor s Office What is a mill? One mill= 1/1,000 of a dollar One mill generates $1 in revenue for every $1,000 in Net Assessed Taxable Valuation Net Assessed Taxable Valuation is: Taxable Value x Assessment Ratio less any Exemptions Example: Fair Market Value $100,000 Taxable Value $90,000 Assessment Ratio x 11% 9,000 Less Homestead Exemption 1,000 Net Assessed Taxable Value $8,000 Net Assessed Taxable Valuation x Millage Rate (fixed and variable)= Taxes Collected Ex. $8,000 (net assessed taxable valuation) x mills (tax levy) = $ (tax to be collected) In other words, taxes to be collected are: $8,000 x.135 = $1,080 in this example, if the tax levy is 135 mills. Tax Levies are two types: fixed mills voted by citizens; and mills calculated each year to retire bonds and other legal judgments (these vary each year to ensure collection of fixed dollar amounts!) Demand for Money Net Assessed Taxable Valuation = Millage Rate (fixed and variable) Ex. $771,086,140 (Approved by Excise Bd for 2017) $5,864,743,980 (County Total Valuation) = Weighted Average Mill levy for Tulsa County) The Excise Board annually receives and approves the demand for taxes from every school, city, and other countywide entities, i.e. county general fund, the library, health, community college, and technology center. Revised of 17

10 TAX AMOUNT $800,000,000 $750,000,000 $700,000,000 $650,000,000 $600,000,000 $550,000,000 $500,000,000 $450,000,000 $400,000,000 $350,000,000 $300,000,000 $250,000,000 $200,000,000 $150,000,000 $100,000,000 $50,000,000 Property Taxation 102 Tulsa County Ad Valorem Tax By Levies Source: County Assessor s Abstract of Tax Rolls Countywide School ADA School Building Fund FY $162,719,363 $178,475,639 $99,206,944 $23,458,976 $29,323,720 County Operations $58,647,440 School General Fund $205,266,039 LOCAL "FIXED" MILLAGE (Permanent) % City-County Health ( 2.50) $14,661,860 City-County Library ( 5.20) $30,496,669 Tulsa Community College ( 7.00) $41,053,208 Career Tech(General & Bldg) (13.00) $76,241,672 Glenpool EMS ( 3.00) $265,954 LOCAL PROJECTS (Varies Annually) % School Sinking Fund (K-12) (6.96 to 33.50) $178,475,639 CITY SINKING FUNDS (Varies Annually) % ANNUAL OBLIGATIONS & COURT JUDGEMENTS (NOT VOTED) Collinsville (0.00) $0 Glenpool (0.00) $0 Skiatook (0.00) $0 Sperry (0.00) $0 Owasso (0.04) $10,262 Sand Springs (5.99) $798,077 Jenks (11.94) $3,258,948 Bixby (13.11) $3,380,487 Sapulpa (13.45) $70,920 Broken Arrow (16.84) $12,511,167 Tulsa (22.44) $79,177,082 HOUSEHOLD PERSONAL PROPERTY (Revenue Netutral in 1994)----2% School District Building Fund (0.15 to 0.30) $1,634 to $366,906 School District General Fund (1.05 to 2.10) $11,440 to $2,568,341 Health, Library, TCC, TTC & Glenpool EMS (0.08 to 0.33) $7,979 to $1,935,366 County Government (0.30) $1,759,423 $13,753,933 STATEWIDE MILLAGE (Permanent) % $316,696,175 Countywide (K-12) School ADA Levy (4.00) School (K-12) District Building Fund (5.00) County (Assessor, BOCC, County Clerk, Court Clerk, Sheriff, & Treasurer) (10.00) $0 Demand for Property Taxes $771,086,140 (Based on Excise Board Approved Tax Levies) Revised of 17 County "Weighted" Average $ mills

11 Tulsa County Tax Apportionment Source: County Treasurer s Office 10 year Entity Change Berryhill Fire District $243,352 $756,707 $774,404 $778, % City of Sapulpa $49,200 $71,946 $57,388 $132, % City of Tulsa $34,216,654 $72,086,106 $76,778,299 $73,078, % Glenpool School District $2,703,642 $5,055,070 $5,323,246 $5,668, % Collinsville School District $2,265,134 $3,964,323 $4,364,714 $4,577, % Drainage District Sand Springs $394,116 $1,189,132 $1,289,042 $793, % Skiatook School District $508,349 $883,298 $911,201 $989, % Glenpool Emergency Medical Service $133,130 $220,685 $233,843 $247, % Liberty School District $412,048 $611,587 $653,100 $753, % Berryhill School District $1,625,244 $2,641,495 $2,711,512 $2,855, % City of Broken Arrow $7,356,181 $11,641,028 $11,967,181 $12,556, % Broken Arrow School District $23,519,931 $36,003,191 $37,363,218 $39,909, % City of Jenks $2,470,800 $3,982,663 $3,902,069 $3,913, % Bixby School District $19,384,661 $24,055,023 $25,806,477 $29,539, % City of Bixby $1,790,967 $2,759,479 $2,847,417 $2,726, % Collinsville Fire District $201,461 $283,018 $292,033 $302, % Jenks School District $38,118,409 $52,664,916 $55,375,506 $56,473, % Keystone School District $354,136 $422,247 $507,545 $523, % Ow asso School District $15,597,513 $22,031,943 $22,748,154 $22,679, % Tulsa School District $116,445,533 $151,316,782 $157,456,892 $163,356, % Sperry School District $577,454 $752,134 $797,214 $801, % County of Tulsa $41,948,179 $53,409,535 $55,938,483 $57,586, % Health Department $10,475,065 $13,338,539 $13,983,011 $14,373, % City County Library $21,598,488 $27,504,274 $28,833,186 $29,627, % Tulsa Technology Center $54,118,022 $68,915,784 $72,245,558 $74,235, % Tulsa Community College $29,276,056 $37,275,529 $39,076,555 $40,153, % Countyw ide School 4-Mill $16,486,345 $20,659,782 $21,605,709 $22,203, % Union School District $42,868,362 $51,869,915 $54,250,112 $56,316, % Sand Springs School District $8,636,911 $10,661,391 $10,846,413 $11,076, % City of Sand Springs $1,460,475 $1,991,508 $1,597,622 $1,632, % City of Ow asso $0 $139,198 $121,760 $89,547 N/A City of Collinsville $0 $0 $0 $0 N/A County Wide Common Schools $4,673,965 $4,269,469 $4,319,059 $4,624, % City of Glenpool $193,211 $5 $3 $ % Drainage District Jenks $182,132 $0 $0 $ % Leonard School District $158,585 $0 $0 $ % Sew er District 6 $5,553 $0 $0 $ % Total: Ad Valorem $ 499,422,649 $ 681,198,841 $712,622,449 $732,699, % Total: Others (Fire, Drainage, and Sew er) $1,026,614 $2,228,857 $2,355,478 $1,874, % Grand Total $ 500,449,263 $ 683,427,698 $ 714,977,927 $ 734,573, % Revised of 17

12 Property Taxation 102 Property Tax Rates by School Districts Source: County Fiscal Office and Oklahoma Tax Commission 12 of 17 Revised

13 Property Taxation 102 Property Tax Rates by Cities Source: County Fiscal Office and Oklahoma Tax Commission 13 of 17 Revised

14 Oklahoma Property Taxes by County Source: Oklahoma Tax Commission Revised of 17

15 Regional Taxes Source: D.C. Nationwide Comparison Report and Oklahoma and other State Tax Commissions Revised of 17

16 Property Tax Collections Per Capita Source: U.S. Census Bureau, Tax Foundation FY 2014 Data D.C. $3,139 Montana $1,465 Arizona $986 New Jersey $3,065 U.S. Total $1,462 Hawaii $980 New Hampshire $2,861 Virginia $1,457 Indiana $970 Connecticut $2,774 Alaska $2,639 New York $2,581 * Kansas $1,435 Minnesota $1,411 Pennsylvania $1,405 * Utah $969 Missouri $960 Nevada $953 Vermont $2,339 California $1,385 North Carolina $951 Rhode Island $2,307 Massachusetts $2,181 * Colorado $1,365 Washington $1,364 Idaho $928 Mississippi $916 Wyoming $2,109 Oregon $1,350 West Virginia $852 Illinois $2,007 Michigan $1,335 Louisiana $839 Maine $1,918 South Dakota $1,301 Tennessee $830 Nebraska $1,757 Ohio $1,203 Delaware $828 * Wisconsin $1,657 Texas $1,635 Iowa $1,525 Jenks $1,503 Maryland $1,491 Revised Florida $1,184 North Dakota $1,121 Georgia $1,087 Tulsa County $1,084 South Carolina $1,080 Kentucky $737 New Mexico $731 Arkansas $675 Oklahoma $623 Alabama $ of 17 * Surrounding States * *

17 Median Property Taxes Paid on Homes Source: Tax Foundation Average Ranking Nationwide Highest Taxes Ranking Oklahoma Highest Taxes Ranking New York Westchester County $9,003 1 Oklahoma Tulsa County $1, New York Nassau County $8,711 2 Oklahoma Cleveland County $1, New Jersey Hunterdon County $8,523 3 Oklahoma Canadian County $1, New Jersey Bergen County $8,489 4 Oklahoma Oklahoma County $1, New York Rockland County $8,268 5 Oklahoma Wagoner County $1, New Jersey Essex County $8,117 6 Oklahoma Rogers County $1, Nationwide Lowest Taxes Ranking Oklahoma Lowest Taxes Ranking Louisiana Vermilion Parish $ Oklahoma Harper County $ Alabama Coosa County $ Oklahoma Kiowa County $ Alabama Clay County $ Oklahoma Alfalfa County $ Alabama Crenshaw County $ Oklahoma Pushmataha County $ Louisiana St. Landry Parish $ Oklahoma Latimer County $ Louisiana Union Parish $ Oklahoma Cimarron County $ Regional Highest Taxes by State Ranking Texas Collin County $4, Kansas Johnson County $2, Colorado Douglas County $2, Missouri St. Charles County $2, New Mexico Bernalillo County $1, Oklahoma Tulsa County $1, Revised of 17

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