Property Tax History
Table 1 is a bar graph of local sales tax and municipal property tax budgets for the last 10 years. It indicates local sales tax, rather than property tax, continues to be the municipality's primary general tax source.
Table 2 compares municipal property taxes for the last 10 years with taxes of other local subdivisions of government.
Table 3 compares the impact of each local subdivision's property tax levy on various home values for the last two years.
Table 4 a facsimile of a tax statement on a $100,000 home in Norfolk, compares by pie chart the percentage distribution of property tax levied by local government subdivisions.
Table 5 profiles school, municipal and consolidated property taxes of all Nebraska cities of the first class.
Table 6 compares property tax requirements of each of Norfolk's local subdivisions of government.
Table 7 shows graphically that Norfolk's levy rate is fifth lowest of the first class cities.