Sales Tax Renewal

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  • What Will Be On The Ballot?

    For the purpose of improving local schools, reducing traffic, improving parks and recreational opportunities, reducing flooding, purchasing environmentally sensitive lands, and improving public safety. Read more!

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  • Voting Information

    You must be registered to vote by October 11, 2022, to vote in the General Election on Nov. 8, 2022. Vote early in person or by mail. Click to read more!

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  • What Will It Be Used For?

    Funds will directly improve traffic and road issues across the county, public safety, and provide needed school buses and technology for our Osceola students. Visit this page often to view a complete list of what projects are being worked on.

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  • 9 Facts Every Voter Should Know

    Check out our one-page fact sheet that lists 9 things every voter should know about the Sales Tax Renewal. Click to Read More!

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  • If Voters Renew...

    Funds will directly improve traffic and road issues across the county, public safety, and provide needed school buses and technology for our Osceola students. Read More Here!

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  • Important Information To Know!

    A vote in favor of the renewal of the sales tax keeps what our county has in place already. There will be no sales tax increase.

    Tourists will pay around 50% of the sales tax.

    The one-penny will continue to be split four ways:

    • The Osceola School District will receive 25% of the revenue.
    • The remaining 75% will be split between City of Kissimmee, City of St. Cloud, and Osceola County based on population, which is about 50% to the County and the remaining 25% split between the two Cities.
    • Each government will participate in a joint oversight committee on how the revenues are spent.

    Proceeds may only be used to invest in public projects such as schools, public safety, parks, roads, and sidewalks, they may NOT be used to pay for general operating expenses or employee salaries.

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