Mill Levy Election Information

 

Basic Information

Laurel Public Schools consists of an Elementary District and a High School District. The Laurel Elementary is primarily in Yellowstone County with a small portion in Carbon County. The Laurel High School District is contained within Yellowstone County. Click the links for the map boundaries of Elementary District and High School District.

 

How much will the General Fund levies cost a property owner?

The proposed General Fund levies are estimated to cost a homeowner approximately $1.48 per month per $100,000 of assessed market value. The district’s taxable valuation has more than doubled over the past ten years. If the district’s taxable valuation continues to grow, that amount levied on individual taxpayers will likely decrease. For more information on the district’s taxable valuation click here.
 

For both levies, the total cost is estimated to be $1.48/month or $17.72 per year on a home valued at $100,000.

Estimated Total Tax Impact
  Estimated Mills Cost on a $100,000 home/year
High School General Fund Levy
$231,074
4.87 $6.58
Elementary General Fund Levy
$397,862
8.25 $11.14
Total K-12 Voted Levies on May 8, 2018 13.12 $17.72

Please note: This is a conservative estimate of the tax impact. The calculations will change annually due to new property and the ongoing property re-appraisal process by the State.

 

Elementary District Mill Impact Calculator

Yellowstone County residents, click here for help determining where to find your taxable value.

Carbon County residents, click here for help determining where to find your taxable value.

 

Laurel School District High School Mill Impact Calculator

Yellowstone County residents, click here for help determining where to find your taxable value.

 

Are there property tax assistance programs?

Yes. More information from the Montana Department of Revenue can be found using the links below.

Property Tax Assistance

Elderly Homeowner/Renter Credit

Disabled Veteran Assistance Program