AUSTIN (KAMR/KCIT) — The Office of the Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts announced Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar is distributing $1.1 billion in monthly sales tax revenue to local governments.
Today, Hegar announced that he will be sending cities, counties, transit systems, and special purpose districts a combined $1.1 billion in local sales tax allocations for October, 4.5% more than October 2022.
According to the Texas Comptroller’s website of that $1.1 billion, the city of Amarillo is set to receive $8.761 million and the city of Canyon is set to receive $385,581.79.
Officials stated that the following allocations are based on sales made in August by businesses that report tax monthly.
|LOCAL SALES TAX ALLOCATIONS (Oct. 2023)|
|Special Purpose Districts||$107.1M||↑10.7%||↑12.1%|
For more information regarding sales tax allocations by city and county visit the Texas Comptrollers website.