SEAGOVILLE – Sales tax collections for the City of Seagoville continues trending upwards, according to data released by the Texas Comptroller’s office. The City has received $1,885,087.69 over the first seven months of 2018.
Seagoville received an allocation of $277,330.64 in July 2018 — sales taxes collected in May and tallied in June — which was an increase of $15,290.39 compared to the same month of the previous year.
Last year’s total allocation of $3,180,453.31 was up $1.9 million from sales taxes ($1,268,401.38) collected in 2003 prior to Walmart opening its doors. This year, Seagoville is on pace to surpass $3.2 million — a whopping $2 million increase over the past 15 years.
The City of Crandall received an allocation of $36,504.08 this month, while the City of Combine received an allocation of $5,315.66.
Source: Texas Comptroller’s Office[amazon_link asins=’B01N6SWF4T,B01JC4VO5Y,B01LBN4L5O,B002Y3QHJE,B01LPQ40LW,B01LXCFTVM,B00M6C9W1S,B01FBGTZEO,B003LMNJIY’ template=’ProductCarousel’ store=’seagovillegazette-20′ marketplace=’US’ link_id=’039f83a7-85cf-11e8-b8dd-2de663e925bd’]