City of Waco - Public Notices & Information
The City of Waco regularly posts public information and legal notices to keep the community informed. For more information contact the City Secretary at 750-5750 or come by the office on the 1st floor of City Hall, 300 Austin Avenue.
First Street Cemetery Committee is accepting public comments concerning the memorialization of the remains, including markers and signs, and the services to be conducted after the reburial. The Committee will present recommendations on the reburial and memorialization to the Waco City Council.In addition to appearing at the public meeting, you may send comments to the Waco City Secretary at: P.O. Box 2570, Waco, Texas 76702-2570,
send us your comments or fax: 254-750-5748. Please submit comments by July 11, 2014.
TCEQ Notice of Application and Preliminary Decision for TPDES Permit Renewal for a Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System
(Posted: June 11,2014)
Upjohn Institute Report: Economic Development Strategy for the City of Waco, PowerPoint (May 16, 2014)
Housing & Community Development:
Notice of Availability for review: 2014/2015 Consolidated Annual Action Plan
2013 Property Tax Rates in City of Waco
This notice concerns the 2013 property tax rates for City of Waco. It presents information about three tax rates. Last year's tax rate is the actual tax rate the taxing unit used to determine property taxes last year. This year's effective tax rate would impose the same total taxes as last year if you compare properties taxed in both years. This year's rollback tax rate is the highest tax rate the taxing unit can set before taxpayers start rollback procedures. In each case these rates are found by dividing the total amount of taxes by the tax base (the total value of taxable property) with adjustments as required by state law. The rates are given per $100 of property value.
Adopted 2013-2014 City of Waco Budget
Budget in Brief 2013-2014
This budget will raise less revenue from property taxes than last year's budget by an amount of $-l, 195,022, which is a -2.28 percent decrease from last year's budget. The property tax revenue to be raised from new property added to the tax roll this year is $544,724