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Redistricting and the 2020 Census

Redistricting and the 2020 Census

August 30, 2021  by  Linda Gallagher
Category:  Elections Tax and Population Data

Local governments using a district-based voting system must begin the process of redistricting in response to the 2020 Census, although a delay in distribution of this data also means new redistricting deadlines.

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Implicit Price Deflator Falls Below 1% for Setting 2021 Property Taxes

Implicit Price Deflator Falls Below 1% for Setting 2021 Property Taxes

August 31, 2020  by  Toni Nelson
Category:  Tax and Population Data

The IPD inflation rate for 2019-2020 is 0.60152%, which means local governments with a population of 10,000 or more may not increase next year's property tax levies more than that rate unless they adopt a resolution or ordinance of substantial need.

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2020 Census: Ensuring a Complete Count

2020 Census: Ensuring a Complete Count

March 14, 2019  by  Lisa McLean
Category:  Tax and Population Data Guest Author

The 2020 Census begins in mid-March 2020, and this blog post provides both an overview of the process and what your local government can do to facilitate the effort.

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Using MRSC’s Tax and Population Data

Using MRSC’s Tax and Population Data

May 17, 2018  by  Steve Hawley
Category:  Tax and Population Data

MRSC's Population and Tax Data page contains information on property taxes, sales tax distributions, and population from 2010 to present. This data can help you examine basic financial information and trends within your jurisdiction since 2010 or compare your jurisdiction to nearby or peer jurisdictions.

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CPI Changes for Washington Indices Effective January 1

CPI Changes for Washington Indices Effective January 1

December 14, 2017  by  Toni Nelson
Category:  Tax and Population Data

On January 1, 2018, the Consumer Price Index will begin to implement its update for sampling areas. Finance Consultant Toni Nelson looks at how this will impact Washington local governments. 

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