The repaving of Second Street in Xenia has begun. The $1.05 million project to replace the bumpy, pock-marked asphalt is expected to take about two months according to city officials. This view looks west from Ottawa Drive to U.S. 35. While this project does not involve gas tax revenues, the city may use the new gas tax funding for projects like it. TY GREENLEES / STAFF
Photo: Staff Writer
Photo: Staff Writer

See what each community in the Dayton area will get from Ohio’s increased gas tax

Ohio’s newly increased tax on gasoline and diesel fuel goes into effect on July 1 and will bring millions of dollars in new revenue to local counties, cities, villages and townships.

Here is a look at how much money will come to jurisdictions in Greene, Miami, Montgomery and Warren counties in state fiscal year 2020, according to data provided by the Ohio Department of Transportation.

The total revenue column includes the current 28 cents per gallon (cpg) gasoline and diesel fuel tax plus the new 10.5 cpg for gasoline and 19 cpg for diesel.

See the story here to learn how the communities are planning to spend the new money.

JurisdictionTotal gas tax revenue FY2020Increase
Montgomery County$3,967,041$1,530,093
Brookville$347,786$133,810
Butler Twp.$197,318$86,248
Centerville$1,395,642$536,971
Clay Twp.$147,205$56,729
Clayton$840,838$323,511
Dayton$6,369,189$2,450,535
Englewood$781,449$300,661
Farmersville$57,646$22,179
German Twp.$147,205$56,729
Germantown$330,126$127,016
Harrison Twp.$345,514$173,542
Huber Heights$2,320,052$892,636
Jackson Twp.$147,205$56,729
Jefferson Twp.$156,978$62,486
Kettering$3,212,068$1,235,838
Miami Twp.$397,497$204,162
Miamisburg$1,186,149$456,369
Moraine$542,375$208,678
New Lebanon$217,254$83,588
Oakwood$500,757$192,666
Perry Twp.$147,205$56,729
Phillipsburg$34,644$13,329
Riverside$1,346,207$517,951
Trotwood$1,321,855$508,582
Union$383,160$147,420
Vandalia$1,007,926$387,798
Washington Twp.$535,305$285,336
West Carrollton$732,408$281,793
   
Greene County$3,967,041$1,530,093
Bath Twp.$147,205$56,729
Beavercreek$2,833,631$1,090,235
Beavercreek Twp.$171,009$70,751
Bellbrook$446,936$171,958
Bowersville$18,559$7,141
Caesarscreek Twp.$147,205$56,729
Cedarville$81,604$31,397
Cedarville Twp.$147,205$56,729
Fairborn$1,734,654$667,405
Jamestown$110,455$42,497
Jefferson Twp.$147,205$56,729
Miami Twp.$147,205$56,729
New Jasper Twp.$147,205$56,729
Ross Twp.$147,205$56,729
Silvercreek Twp.$147,205$56,729
Spring Valley$30,369$11,685
Spring Valley Twp.$147,205$56,729
Sugarcreek Twp.$193,070$83,746
Xenia$1,386,924$533,617
Xenia Twp.$169,655$69,953
Yellow Springs$189,809$73,029
   
Miami County$3,967,041$1,530,093
Bethel Twp.$147,205$56,729
Bradford$117,484$45,202
Brown Twp.$147,205$56,729
Casstown$18,447$7,097
Concord Twp.$155,070$61,362
Covington$164,107$63,140
Elizabeth Twp.$147,205$56,729
Fletcher$30,594$11,771
Laura$33,800$13,004
Lost Creek Twp.$147,205$56,729
Ludlow Falls$15,072$5,799
Monroe Twp.$151,527$59,275
Newberry Twp.$147,205$56,729
Newton Twp.$147,205$56,729
Piqua$1,175,520$452,279
Pleasant Hill$76,373$29,385
Potsdam$15,635$6,015
Springcreek Twp.$147,205$56,729
Staunton Twp.$147,205$56,729
Tipp City$650,861$250,418
Troy$1,501,709$577,780
Union Twp.$147,205$56,729
Washington Twp.$147,205$56,729
West Milton$271,525$104,469
   
Warren County$3,967,041$1,530,093
Butlerville$10,179$3,916
Carlisle$351,329$135,173
Clearcreek Twp.$328,836$163,718
Corwin$26,883$10,343
Deerfield Twp.$494,875$261,521
Franklin$674,369$259,462
Franklin Twp.$234,895$108,382
Hamilton Twp.$377,527$192,399
Harlan Twp.$154,918$61,273
Harveysburg$41,224$15,861
Lebanon$1,127,885$433,952
Maineville$66,756$25,684
Mason$1,874,972$721,392
Massie Twp.$147,205$56,729
Morrow$92,120$35,443
Pleasant Plain$9,111$3,505
Salem Twp.$147,205$56,729
South Lebanon$231,370$89,019
Springboro$1,040,320$400,261
Turtlecreek Twp.$245,260$114,488
Union Twp.$147,205$56,729
Washington Twp.$147,205$56,729
Wayne Twp.$160,146$64,352
Waynesville$176,142$67,770
West Second Street from Progress Drive to Church Street getting new asphalt in Xenia

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