Notice About 2023 Tax Rates

Property Tax Rates in McLennan Community College

This notice concerns the 2023 property tax rates for McLennan Community College. This notice provides information about two tax rates used in adopting the current tax year's tax rate. The no-new-revenue tax rate would Impose the same amount of taxes as last year if you compare properties taxed in both years. In most cases, the voter-approval tax rate is the highest tax rate a taxing unit can adopt without holding an election. In each case, these rates are calculated by dividing the total amount of taxes by the current taxable value with adjustments as required by state law. The rates are given per $100 of property value.

This year's no-new-revenue tax rate:
This year's voter-approval tax rate:

Unencumbered Fund Balance

The following estimated balances will be left in the unit's accounts at the end of the fiscal year. These balances are not encumbered by a corresponding debt obligation.

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Type of Fund Balance
Maintenance & Operating 19,137,143
Interest & Sinking 260,689

Current Year Debt Service

The following amounts are for long-term debts that are secured by property taxes. These amounts will be paid from upcoming property tax revenues (or additional sales tax revenues, if applicable).
Current Year Debt Service
Description of Debt Principal or Contract Payment to be Paid from Property Taxes Interest to be Paid from Property Taxes Other Amounts to be Paid Total Payment
Tax Bond Series 2015 2,180,000 717,500 750 2,898,250
Tax Bond Series 2021 480,000 2,101,099 750 2,581,849


Total required for 2023 debt service $5,480,099
- Amount (if any) paid from funds listed in
unencumbered funds
- Amount (if any) paid from other resources $0
- Excess collections last year $104,740
= Total to be paid from taxes in 2023 $5,375,359
+ Amount added in anticipation that the unit will
collect only 101.00% of its taxes in 2023
= Total debt levy $5,322,137

This notice contains a summary of actual no-new-revenue and voter-approval calculations as certified by Randy H. Riggs, McLennan County Tax Assessor Collector on July 28, 2023.

Visit to find a link to your local property tax database on which you can easily access information regarding your property taxes, including information about proposed tax rates and scheduled public hearings of each entity that taxes your property.

The 86th Texas Legislature modified the manner in which the voter-approval tax rate is calculated to limit the rate of growth of property taxes in the state.