The Plantation Midtown Development District is a special purpose taxing district. The City has the power to levy a maximum of two mills ad valorem taxes on real property within the district pursuant to Chapter 163.514 (16)(a) F.S. and by City Ordinance #1569. The specific method of determining the millage is prescribed under Chapter 200 F.S. A proposed millage rate is set every budget year by the Plantation Midtown Board of Directors in consultation with the Midtown Advisory Board including the District’s annual operating budget. Final approval of the proposed millage rate and operating budget for the District is voted by the City Council during the budget hearings on September of every year.
For the 2016 fiscal year, the millage for the Midtown District is set at one mill. The collected ad valorem taxes on real property are the funding source for the Midtown District’s annual operating and capital budgets.
The City website links below provide specific financial information on the Plantation Midtown Development District:
- City Ordinance No. 1569
- Ch. 163.514 Florida Statutes
- Ch 200 Florida Statutes
- Midtown 2017 Operating Budget
- Budget Documents
- Comprehensive Annual Financial Report (Audited)
Should you have any questions about the financial information presented here, please contact Peter Dokuchitz, Principal Planner at (954) 797-2225 or via e-mail at email@example.com.