Notice of Proposed Taxes & Fees

Notice of Proposed Changes

Arizona law (Arizona Revised Statutes (A.R.S.) Section 9-499.15) requires that government entities provide written notice on their website home page of the proposed new or increased taxes or fees. When the City of Flagstaff has such a change to report, it will be posted to this page 60 days prior to Council voting on such changes.

Notice of Intent To Impose Only, Impose & Use, and/or Use a Passenger Facility Charge For the Flagstaff Pulliam Airport (Multiple Projects)

Notice Is Hereby Given that the City of Flagstaff will be applying for Passenger Facility Charges (PFC) to fund the following projects at the Flagstaff Pulliam Airport as follows below. The completion of the projects is noted within each description. The following information is presented as required by the Federal Aviation Administration 14 CFR Part 158 Subsection 158.23.

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Contact Info for public comments (DUE DEC 11, 2020):
Daniel Hellman, Assistant Finance Manager, City of Flagstaff
211 West Aspen Avenue Flagstaff, Arizona 86001
Daniel.Hellman@flagstaffaz.gov

Proposal

Pursuant to A.R.S. Section 9-499.15 of a proposed increase in the use tax rate from 1% to 2.281%, for the purpose of raising revenue to help pay for expenses of the City, including its unfunded liability for police and firefighter pensions. The Flagstaff voters have already approved a base local transaction privilege tax rate of 2.281% effective July 1, 2019. The majority of the revenues generated by this tax are dedicated for public transportation, roads, and trails related activities. The City proposes to amend the City Tax Code to impose a tax rate of 2.281% on storage or use in the City of tangible personal property for which an equivalent tax has not been paid ("use tax").

Related Documents

  1. Notice of a Public Hearing on Proposed City of Flagstaff Tax Code Changes and Written Report for the change (PDF)
    Pursuant to A.R.S. Section 9-499.15, the City of Flagstaff hereby gives notice it may raise its primary property taxes over last year's levy of $6,707,510 at a rate of 0.8334 to $6,892,243 with a rate of 0.7933.
  2. Notice of Proposed Tax Increase (Primary Property Taxes (PPT)) (PDF)
  3. Written Report for Notice of a PPT increase (PDF)