City of Hinesville Fiscal Budget

Budget Process


The budget process begins in April of each year. Each department is responsible for preparing its detailed, line-item budget. The requested amounts are accompanied by justifications and explanations of variances from historical information. Each department presents its detailed budget requests to the Mayor and City Council a series of budget workshops usually scheduled in September. A balanced budget is adopted by the mayor and City Council in October of each year.

                                                 NOTICE OF PROPERTY TAX INCREASE

The City of Hinesville has tentatively adopted a millage rate which will require an increase in property taxes by 2.97 percent. 

All concerned citizens are invited to the public hearings on this tax increase to be held at City Hall, 115 East M.L. King Jr. Drive, on Tuesday, November 10, 2020 at 11:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. These meetings will comply with the City of Hinesville's COVID-19 measures and policies and social distancing will be enforced.

This tentative increase will result in a millage rate of ­­­­10.50 mills, an increase of 0 mills.  Without this tentative tax increase, the millage rate will be no more than 10.197 mills.  The proposed tax increase for a home with a fair market value of $75,000 is approximately $9.09 and the proposed tax increase for non-homestead property with a fair market value of $150,000 is approximately $18.18.


NOTICE OF PROPERTY TAX INCREASE

The City of Hinesville has tentatively adopted a millage rate which will require an increase in property taxes by ­­­2.97 percent.

All concerned citizens are invited to the public hearing on this tax increase to be held at Hinesville City Hall, 115 East M.L. King, Jr. Drive, on Thursday, November 19, 2020 during the City Council meeting at 3:00 pm. This meeting will comply with the City of Hinesville’s COVID-19 measures and policies and social distancing will be enforced.

This tentative increase will result in a millage rate of ­­­­10.50 mills, an increase of 0 mills.  Without this tentative tax increase, the millage rate will be no more than 10.197 mills.  The proposed tax increase for a home with a fair market value of $75,000 is approximately $9.09 and the proposed tax increase for non-homestead property with a fair market value of $150,000 is approximately $18.18.



The following links offer online access to the budget books.