The Miami Twp. levy will increase taxes. The owner of a $100,000 home will see the annual cost climb from $88.74 to $127.75, according to the county auditor’s office. The replacement levy will generate an estimated $2.4 million annually, an increase of $384,396 more than the expiring levy, according to the township.
A five-year deal that started the Miami Valley Fire District in 2012 for Miami Twp. and Miamisburg to share fire and emergency medical services was made permanent in 2017.
Taxes will stay the same for property owners in Trotwood and Harrison Twp.
A Trotwood owner of a $100,000 home will continue to pay $174.34 per year for the duration of the five-year levy that will generate over $1.2 million, according to the city.
The Harrison Twp. levy will continue to bring in nearly $1.4 million annually to pay for police services, including for staffing and equipment like radios and vehicles along with fuel, according to the township. A Harrison Twp. owner of a $100,000 house will continue paying $183.75 annually, according to the Montgomery County Auditor’s Office.