Texas cities, counties, transit systems and special-purpose taxing districts will receive $735.9 million in sales tax allocations in October, according to a news release from Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar.
Killeen is expected to receive $1.9 million in sales tax revenue, a 8.24 percent increase from October 2017’s allocation, the release stated.
Statewide, the total allocations represent a 11.4 percent increase from the allocations distributed in October 2017, with special purpose taxing districts receiving the biggest increase of 22.1 percent from last year.
The county will receive $1.6 million in sales tax allocations in October, an increase of 8.17 percent from this time last year.
Harker Heights will receive $518,203, a 4.46 percent increase from October 2017.
Nolanville also saw a sales tax percentage increase, receiving $55,209 in October, a 3.51 percent increase over the same month last year.
Temple is set to receive $1.82 million, a 6.23 percent increase from last year’s allocation.
Belton will receive $434,654, an 2.66 percent increase from last October’s allocations.
Coryell County will receive $194,898 for a 7.02 percent increase over last year’s allocations.
Copperas Cove saw a 7.04 percent increase in October allocations from last year; it is set to receive $390,006.
Gatesville saw a 1.27 percent decrease in sales tax allocations, receiving $169,597 in October.