Growing Texas cities, July 2016
- Jun 10, 2016 | Gail Cole
Numerous cities in Texas will either grow through annexations or shrink through disannexations, effective July 1, 2016. Most are growing, reflecting the “unprecedented population growth” the state has undergone since the turn of the last century.
The expansion or contraction of tax jurisdictions in any state often impacts sales and use tax rates in the affected areas. Anyone doing business in or around any of the cities listed below is advised to check and double-check that the proper rates of sales and use tax and Mixed Beverage Tax are being collected come July 1.
Cities with annexations
Alvarado, Angleton, Anna, Baytown, Boerne, Bryan, Bullard, Cedar Park, Celina, Cibolo, Cleveland, Crowley, Dickenson, Early, Edinburg, Ennis, George West, Harker Heights, Jonestown, Kemp, Krugersville, Kyle, Hempstead, Hico, Hidalgo, League City, Leander, Lewisville, Pilot Point, Pleasanton, Portland, Prosper, Rosenberg, Royse City, San Juan, Sherman, Sonora, Sugar Land, McKinney, New Boston, Pecos, Pflugerville, Pharr Temple, Terrell, Tioga, Waller, Weatherford, Wylie
Cities with disannexations
SPDs with disannexations
- Harris County ESD 2
- Harris County ESD 60
For additional information, including ordinance numbers, please visit the Texas Comptroller website.