Texas cities, counties, transit systems and special-purpose taxing districts will receive $709.2 million in sales tax allocations in January, according to a news release from Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar.
Hegar’s office distributed $695.2 million statewide in December.
Killeen is expected to receive $1.77 million in sales tax revenue, a 1.16 percent increase from the January 2017 allocation, the release stated. Killeen received $1.7 million in December.
Statewide, the total allocations represent a 9.5 percent increase from the allocations distributed in January 2017, with special purpose taxing districts receiving the biggest increase of 20 percent from last year.
The county will receive $1.54 million in sales tax allocations in January, an increase of 5.84 percent from this time last year. The county received $1.46 million in December.
Nolanville will receive $50,384 this month, a 12.16 percent increase over the same month last year. Nolanville received $50,004 in December.
Belton will receive $401,471, a 13.5 percent increase from January 2017. Belton received $389,833 in December.
Harker Heights will receive $532,791, a 5.44 percent increase from January 2017. Harker Heights received $481,629 in December.
Temple is set to receive $1.72 million, an 4.81 percent increase from January 2017. Temple received $1.70 million in December.
Coryell County will receive $199,839 in January for a 9.59 percent increase over last year. The county received $192,272 in December.
Copperas Cove saw a 12.85 percent increase in January allocations from last year; it is set to receive $391,466. Cove received $374,902 in December.
Gatesville saw a 2.42 percent increase in sales tax allocations from last year, receiving $169,868 in January. Gatesville received $170,066 in December.