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Why it Matters: The millage rate is the amount per $1,000 used to calculate taxes on property. Millage rates are most often found in personal property taxes, where the expressed millage rate is multiplied by the total taxable value of the property to arrive at the property taxes due. (n124) (o217)

Data Source: The millage rates are batch loaded from the state treasury data files. (n125)

Data Table for HVS Surrounding Districts SE Peer Group

School NameLies WithinMillage
Purpose
20122013201420152016
Brighton Area SchoolsLivingston ESADebt Retirement5.77.197.197.197.19
Nonhomestead1818181818
Hartland Consolidated Schools Debt Retirement7.67.67.68.298.55
Nonhomestead1818181817.9784
Sinking Fund
Holly Area School DistrictOakland SchoolsDebt Retirement77778.5
Nonhomestead1818181818
Huron Valley Schools Debt Retirement777714
Nonhomestead1818181835.7984
Sinking Fund0.95130.95130.95130.95131.8794
South Lyon Community Schools Debt Retirement10.8510.8510.79.728.8
Nonhomestead1818181854
Walled Lake Consolidated Schools Debt Retirement44.064.64454.98724.5279
Homestead2.38122.46542.32852.19711.9918
Nonhomestead1818181817.9047
Sinking Fund0.50.50.50.50.4953
Waterford School District Debt Retirement5.855.85777
Nonhomestead1818181818

*Rank is based on Displaying All Millage Purposess by year