March and April 2021 Revenue Thermometers

March and April 2021 Revene Thermometer reports are now available online. These reports reflect continued reductions in tourism and parking revenues that have been experienced throughout the fiscal year as a result of COVID-19. While Real Property tax receipts have come in strong in recent months, Personal Property tax receipts are significantly lagging. The City continues to experience higher than expected transfer and recordation and traffic camera revenue.

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