Mehlville Board of Education will set 2020 tax rate Monday – St. Louis Call Newspapers | #Education

The Mehlville Board of Education will vote on the 2020 tax rate at 6 p.m. Monday, Sept. 28, during the annual scheduled tax rate hearing. This year’s proposed blended rate is $3.8056 per $100 dollars of assessed valuation, a slight increase from last year’s rate, which was $3.7994. 

The standard state auditor tax calculation resulted in a blended rate of $3.8056 compared to $3.7994 last year. 

The tax-rate hearing will be held in the Mehlville High School Library, 3200 Lemay Ferry Road, but because of social distancing efforts due to the COVID-19 pandemic, attendance will be limited and face coverings will be required. 

A livestream of the tax rate hearing can be viewed on the district’s Youtube channel, youtube.com/mehlvilleschools

St. Louis County school districts are required to calculate a single blended rate, which is only used to compare with other districts. Mehlville is proposing a blended tax rate of $3.8056 per $100 of assessed valuation for 2020, an increase of 0.0062 from 2019. 

2020 Proposed tax rates per $100 of assessed valuation: 

  • Residential real estate – $3.6191 plus $.034 levied from the temporary Proposition A for AC tax for a total of $3.6531.
  • Commercial real estate – $3.8271 plus $.037 from Prop A for a total of $3.8641.
  • Agricultural real estate – $4.3276 plus $.038 from Prop A for a total of $4.3656. 
  • Personal property –  $4.4974 plus $.040 from Prop A for a total of $4.5375. 


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