W'burg will see a small decrease in real property tax, Fall Clean-up dates announced

Williamsburg residents will see a small decrease in real property tax next year under an ordinance proposal given to the Williamsburg City Council.

The second and final reading of the tax rate ordinance was read and unanimously approved at Wednesday’s special called meeting.

The 2022 tax rate for real property will decrease from 33.7 cents to 32.5 cents per 100-dollar valuation.

Last year, Personal Property Tax (including automobiles) was raised to 45.0 cents per $100 per valuation and will remain the same for 2022 at 45.0 cents.

In other news,

Mayor Roddy Harrison announced the dates for the city of Williamsburg’s Fall Clean Up.

The Highland Park side of town will have the opportunity to dispose of their trash on October 17 to October 21.

Downtown will have its clean-up from October 24 to October 28.

During those days, Williamsburg workers will pick up one truck size load per household.

The city will not accept tires, batteries, shingles, paint, or acids.

All furniture, including mattresses, should be in plastic, or it will not be picked up. Brush/limbs must be stacked and placed to the side to be ready for pickup.

If your household wants to participate, call 606-549-6036 during those clean-up dates.

Samantha Walden, Staff Writer at The Kentucky Daily

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