Blackwell sales tax up 4% over 2019
Blackwell sales tax up four percent over 2019 for the month
The sales tax report for the City of Blackwell in the latest report showed a four percent increase over the sales tax revenues in 2019 for the same time period. The Oklahoma Tax Commission (OTC) released the sales and use tax revenues for the period of December 16-30 and January 1-15 late last week. The City of Blackwell received $249,494 compared to $239,761 in 2019 for the same time period. The month’s revenues were a solid ten percent over last month’s report when the city received $2227,730. The use tax jumped 110 percent on this month’s report. The city received $48,901 compared to only $23,324 in 2019.
Kay County sales tax revenues meanwhile pounced back this month with an 8.5 percent increase after being down last month. The county received $337,011 compared to $310,568 in 2019 and it was up over last month as well when the county only received $315,796. Grant County was down 37 percent on the recent report at $56,512 compared to $89,730 in 2019 and $70,525 last month.
Deer Creek, Lamont, Medford and Tonkawa all had double digit decreases for the month. The use tax collections across the area are still strong with only Medford and Ponca City showing negative numbers compared to 2019. The use tax for the counties were up significantly this month.
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