City services and your property taxes
A short video designed to help city residents better understand the local property tax system is now available from The League of Minnesota Cities. "Special Delivery" is a story about a typical Minnesota family that receives a property tax statement, which inspires conversations about city services and the factors that affect property tax rates.
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City maintains top bond ratings for November 2018 bond sales
The City of Bloomington was again assigned top ratings for their November 2018 bond sales by all three rating services, ranking with an elite few cities nationwide that hold three triple-A bond ratings. The City maintains its Aaa from Moody's, AAA from Standard & Poor's and AAA from Fitch Ratings, the highest bond ratings awarded by those agencies.
To learn more about the City of Bloomington's Finance awards, click here.
For more information regarding your 2019 property taxes please follow the link to our page on property tax information.
For more information regarding 2019 local sales tax and Local Sales Tax Return forms please follow the link to our page on sales tax information.
The City's recent bond sales were rated by three credit rating agencies: Moody's Investors Service, Standard & Poor's and Fitch. The City received the highest rating possible (Triple A) from all three agencies. Listed below are the rating agencies' reports.
- Budget Book
- Comprehensive Annual Financial Report (CAFR)
- General Fund Monthly Report
- Popular Annual Financial Report (PAFR)
A schedule of fees and charges adopted by the City Council (excluding those established by ordinance). Individual items are subject to change during the fiscal year.