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Discussed Tulsa County Taxes
Tulsa County's Assessor
gave a refreshingly candid view of county taxes and regulations at the November
general meeting of the Collinsville Chamber of Commerce. Ken Yazel provided
graphics showing Tulsa County not only had the highest overall taxes in Oklahoma
but also in the neighboring states as well. Using weighted averages for differences
within the county an example of property taxes on a $150,000 property were
shown as $1988 for Tulsa County. The same $150,000 property would be taxed
at $1779 in Oklahoma County (OKC) or an average of $1710 statewide. The Collinsville
rate on that property would be $1745.
Yazel explained millage
rates in each of the school districts in Tulsa County with Collinsville at
105.76. Jenks School District was the highest at 132.55 and Leonard the lowest
The County Assessor covered
many other topics and examples which I won't attempt to cover here. I did
take an extra set of handouts if someone would like to learn more about taxes
in Tulsa County. The phone number for Tulsa County Government is (918) 596-5000
and the web site is www.tulsacounty.org.
Tulsa County Assessor
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