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Thursday, Nov. 23, City Hall and Public Works Closed, Thanksgiving

Friday, Nov. 24, City Hall Closed, Thanksgiving

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City Truth in Taxation Meeting December 4th

The Shorewood City Council adopted a preliminary property tax levy for 2018 of $5,388,236 which is 4% higher than 2017. The proposed 2018 budget is at city hall during business hours. A Truth-In-Taxation public hearing is set for Monday, December 4, at 7 p.m., at Shorewood City Hall. Staff will present information regarding the budget, property tax levy and the property tax impact on a variety of property types and values. Residents are encouraged to contact City Administrator Greg Lerud, 952.960.7905, with questions or comments on the proposed budget and tax levy.

This is not the meeting to discuss the tax value of your property. That meeting takes place with the assessor each May.

Hennepin County budget (truth in taxation) meeting is November 28

Hennepin County will hold a public meeting on the proposed 2018 budget and property tax levy – commonly called the truth in taxation meeting – on November 28.

Meeting details

  • Tuesday, November 28, 6 p.m.
  • County Board Room, 24th floor of Hennepin County Government Center
  • 300 South Sixth Street in downtown Minneapolis

The county proposes a 2018 budget of $2.4 billion, $279.9 million more than the 2017 adjusted budget. It proposes a property tax levy of $796.9 million – an increase of $37.6 million, or 4.95 percent, from the net property tax levy in 2017.
The budgets and levies for the Hennepin County Regional Railroad Authority and Hennepin County Housing and Redevelopment Authority also will be discussed at the meeting.

More information

Free parking is available for residents attending the meeting in the underground ramp at the Government Center after 5 p.m. The ramp entrance is on Third Avenue between Fifth and Sixth streets. 

City Wants Resident Input for Comp Plan

Your input matters. The city is currently updating its comprehensive plan, planning the future of Shorewood to the year 2040. City staff and leaders are interested in your vision for the future of the city. What do you need in your neighborhood? What do you want to see more of? What do you already love about Shorewood?

Complete our quick online survey to give additional feedback!

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