Your city taxes fund the services and infrastructure you depend on every day, such as good roads and the police, fire and emergency medical services that respond in a crisis and keep our community safe. These funds also provide for innovative library programs that encourage life-long learning, as well as superior park and recreation amenities that promote active lifestyles and provide beautiful green space for recreation and play. In 2021, the average NRH homeowner will pay $1,260.22 in property taxes to the city. The following chart shows how the tax payment is distributed to provide city services.
|City Service||Annual ||Monthly||Percent|
|Public Safety||$ 636.41||$ 53.03||50.5%|
|Public Works (Streets)||$ 296.15||$ 24.68||23.5%|
|City Facilities||$ 155.01||$ 12.92||12.3%|
|Library ||$ 51.67||$ 4.31|| 4.1%|
|Parks||$ 44.11||$ 3.68|| 3.5%|
|Neighborhood Services||$ 44.11||$ 3.68|| 3.5%|
|General Government*||$ 32.76||$ 2.72|| 2.6%|
* General Government includes financial management, information technology, planning, communications and other administrative services.
Property taxes fund about 40% of the city’s daily operations, with sales tax contributing about 21%. Franchise fees, permits, fines, charges for service, grants and other sources also help fund your city services.