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Citizens of Everman,

December 30. 2019: Announcement from the City Manager:

Michael Box, the long-time City Manager for the City of Everman, passed away on December 22nd after a long battle with cancer.  He was loved by all who knew him.  He will be laid to rest at the DFW National Cemetery at 2000 Mountain Creek Pkwy in Dallas on January 10th at 12:30pm. 

A memorial will be held after the funeral at the Everman City Annex at 213 N Race Street. All citizens, friends and acquaintances are invited to celebrate Michael’s life.

City Hall will be closed in Michael’s honor on Friday, January 10th.

Michael Gunderson

City Manager

Budget Letter:

Your City Council has adopted the City Budget for the fiscal year 2020.  A link to that Budget can be found on the Finance Page of this website.  Along with that Budget the Council has adopted a lower Property Tax Rate.  The details of this Tax Rate are presented below:  

This budget will raise more revenue from property taxes than last year’s budget by an amount of $142,355, which is a 6.93 percent increase from last year’s budget.  The property tax revenue to be raised from new property added to the tax roll this year is $8,917.

                                                                     2019-2020                               2018-2019

Property Tax Rate:   $1.085713/100   $1.113943/100

Effective Tax Rate:   $0.993940/100   $1.139850/100

Effective M&O Rate:$0.928233/100   $0.941182/100

Rollback Tax Rate:   $1.085713/100   $1.113943/100

Debt Rate:                  $0.083222/100   $0.097467/100

Total debt obligation for Everman secured by property taxes: $1,890,000

The City Council and City Administration understand that property appraisals are rising in North Texas and we are continuing to decrease the Property Tax Rate to ease the tax burden on residents.  The City also has the responsibility to maintain its infrastructure and to continue to improve the quality of life for its citizens.  Replacement of water lines, pump stations, and other related water system infrastructure is a high priority.  Improving our streets and parks is essential to our quality of life.  Please understand that we work for you and your interests.  We are always open to constructive suggestions from our citizens.

MICHAEL GUNDERSON
CITY MANAGER

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