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County and Municipal Revenue Estimates

Two sets of data are required by the Department of Revenue's Office of Tax Research to calculate annual county and municipal revenue estimates. First, the most recent annual population estimates, which have been adjusted for annexations and incorporations, are needed. Second, the post-legislative session General Revenue package, which reflects the fiscal impacts to state revenues - including sales tax - resulting from enacted legislation during the most recent legislative session, is required as well. Historically, the release of adjusted population estimates by the Governor's Office to the Department has occurred during early June, and the subsequent release of local government revenue estimates by the Department has occurred within the mid-June to late-June timeframe.

FY 2016-17 Revenue Estimates: The adjusted 2016 population estimates, which are need to calculate the 2016-17 revenue estimates, should be released by the Governor's Office and posted to this webpage in early-June 2016. By mid to late June, the Department of Revenue's Office of Tax Research should have finalized the 2016-17 revenue estimates. Once finalized and forwarded to our office, EDR will post the 2016-17 revenue estimates to this webpage. Please bookmark and check back at that time.

FY 2015-16 Revenue Estimates: The adjusted 2015 population estimates, which were need to calculate 2015-16 revenue estimates, were released by the Governor's Office and posted to this webpage in mid-June 2015. The 2015 regular legislative session concluded without the enactment of the state budget, and a special session was called for June 1-20, 2015 to resolve the state budget and other issues. Since finalization of the state budget was delayed, the production of the 2015-16 revenue estimates was delayed as well and not finalized until July 2015. Local officials having questions about their particular jurisdiction's 2015-16 revenue estimates should contact the Department of Revenue's Office of Tax Research at 850-617-8322. Matthew Moore is the appropriate contact for questions regarding Communications Services Tax estimates, and Yen Chen is the appropriate contact for questions regarding all other revenue estimates.

In addition to being posted to this webpage, the 2015-16 county and municipal revenue estimates, the adjusted 2014 population estimates used for the 2015-16 revenue sharing calculations, and the 2016 local option fuel, sales, and tourist tax rate tables can also be found in the EDR's 2015 Local Government Financial Information Handbook report.

FY 2015-16 Revenue Estimates
Post Date Excel PDF
Communications Services Tax

2nd Revision, 7/30/15

This second revision makes changes only to the three municipalities of Flagler Beach, Marineland, and Longboat Key and retains the changes included in the first revision. The first revision revised the estimates for the majority of local governments, and for many of these jurisdictions, the changes made in the first revision were relatively small.

Constitutional Fuel Tax
7/9/15
County Fuel Tax
7/9/15
County Revenue Sharing Program
7/7/15
Local Discretionary Sales Surtaxes

Revision, 7/14/15

This revision only changes the estimates for the Flagler County municipalities of Marineland and Palm Coast. All other estimates are unchanged.

Local Government Half-cent Sales Tax Program
7/7/15
Local Option Fuel Taxes

Revision, 7/14/15

This revision changes the 1-6 Cents Tax estimates for Lee BOCC and the municipality of Estero as well as Orange BOCC and the municipalities of Bay Lake and Lake Buena Vista. Additionally, this revision changes the 1-5 Cents Tax estimates for Madison BOCC and the municipalities of Greenville, Lee, and Madison. All other estimates are unchanged.

Municipal Revenue Sharing Program
7/8/15
Ninth-cent Fuel Tax
7/13/15
Taxable Sales Reported by Transient Rental Facilities
7/13/15
2016 Local Option Tax Rates by County
Post Date Excel PDF

Local Discretionary Sales Surtax Rates

11/24/15

Local Option Motor and Diesel Fuel Tax Rates

12/7/15

Local Option Tourist / Food & Beverage Tax Rates

11/24/15
Population Estimates for State Revenue Sharing
Post Date Excel PDF
Adjusted 2014 County and Municipal Population Estimates

06/16/15

Comparison of 2013 and 2014 Adjusted Population Estimates

06/16/15


Last Revised: May 2, 2016