On August 2, 2023

Hartland announces FY24 tax rates

 

By Curt Peterson

Hartland tax rate is up 8% and the education rate is up 6% from last year. 

The municipal homestead rate for FY24 is $.6507, and the education rate is $1.8202, for a total homestead rate of $2.4709 per $100 of assessed property value. 

 Interim Town Manager Martin Dole translated the tax rates’ effect on a Hartland home assessed for $300,000. The municipal tax would be $1,952.40, and the education tax would be $5,460.60, for a grand total tax of $7,413.00.

“That’s an increase of $455.40 for that $300,000 property,”   Dole said.

The first installment will be due Sept. 8 and the second due on Feb. 9.

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