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Glenn Hegar
Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts
Glenn Hegar
Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts
Glenn Hegar
Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts

taxes

New and Additional Tax Rate Changes

Effective January 1, 2021

City Sales and Use Tax

The following cities have abolished the additional city sales and use tax for Municipal Street Maintenance and Repair:

City/County Name Local Code Local Rate Total Rate
Corinth (Denton Co) 2061122 .015000 .080000
Corinth Crime Cont 5061569 .002500
Follett (Lipscomb Co) 2148049 .015000 .077500
Holland 2014031 .010000 .077500
Bell Co 4014004 .005000
Port Arthur 2123020 .013750 .081250
Jefferson Co 4123002 .005000
Port Arthur 2123020 .013750 .081250
Orange Co 4181001 .005000
Watauga (Tarrant Co) 2220282 .012500 .080000
Watauga Crime Cont 5220567 .005000

Special Purpose District (SPD) Sales and Use Tax

Local sales tax has been abolished in the following special purpose district (SPD):

SPD Name Local Code Local Rate
Town Center Economic Development Zone No. 15170521.010000

Special Purpose District (SPD) Sales and Use Tax

The following special purpose district (SPD) has imposed a local sales and use tax:

SPD Name Local Code Local Rate
Midland County Hospital District5165500.002500

The boundaries of the Midland County Hospital District are the same boundaries as Midland County, which has a county sales and use tax. Contact the district representative at 432-221-4877 for additional boundary information.

If you have questions about local sales and use tax rate changes, or if you want copies of new taxing authorities' boundaries (via submitted maps), please contact us.

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