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$17.5 million of general obligation date was issued once voters approved the referendum in 2016. Approximately $228,000 of debt was issued in 2014 for the planning of the building.
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If you're interested in participating in City purchase opportunities, you may either:
a. participate in the State of Iowa purchasing program https://das.iowa.gov/procurement
b. login and sign up for city bid notifications using the City's website www.marshalltown-ia.gov
The front desk is open from 8:30 am - 5:00 pm, and accepts cash and credit cards for all items. You may pay your account online here by following the online instructions.
The Waterworks is a separate department from the City, located at 205 E State Street. You may pay your water bill online here.
The City’s bond rating for the bond sales on November,2021 is Aa2.
Prior to November 1, 2017, 75% was used for property tax relief, 20% for Storm Sewer and Other Capital Projects, and 5% as Council designated. There was an election held August 1, 2017 and voters approved changing the allocation to 78% property tax relief and 22% as Council designates.
If you are a property owner within the city limits of Marshalltown, your total tax levy is $41.70344 per $1,000 of taxable valuations. The City receives $15.28158 and the remainder goes to the the School District $17.94963, Marshall County 6.71518, Community College 1.36842, Agriculture Extension .14644, Assessor .23909, State .00310.
For the Fiscal Year ending June 30, 2023, the City’s adopted revenue budget is $97,798,588, which includes transfers in of $19,109,221 and Marshalltown Water Works of 7,280,928. The City’s adopted expense budget is $106,942,234 which includes transfers out of $19,109,221 and Marshalltown Water Works of $5,774,039. Marshalltown Water Works has its own Board of Trustees and management, but is required to be included in the City’s adopted budget.