Thank you, Beaverton voters for passing the 2022 Bond!
We appreciate your support and investment in the Beaverton School District.
Overview: What's in the bond?
What Will the Bond Do?
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* Includes Management ($50,000,000), Contingency ($43,000,000) and Oregon State Capital Improvement Matching (OSCIM) Program (-$8,000,000)
how much are my taxes estimated to go up?
The current tax rate is $2.09 per $1,000 of assessed property value. The 2022 bond will increase the current tax rate by an estimated $0.25 per $1,000 of assessed property value. For a homeowner with an average assessed property value of $303,021, that's an increase of about $76 during the first year.
To compute your estimated tax increase for the first year: Your Assessed Property Value ÷ 1000 × .25 = Estimated Tax Increase
To compute your estimated tax total for the first year: Your Assessed Property Value ÷ 1000 × 2.34 = Estimated Tax Total
|Average Market Property Value||Average Assessed Property Value1||Current Tax Rate||Current Estimated Tax||Proposed Tax Rate Increase||Estimated Tax Increase2||Proposed Tax Rate||Estimated Tax Total|
1 Know that the assessed value of your property is often significantly less than the market value of your property. The assessed value of your property may also increase.
2 The table is only estimating the Year 1 total of the tax increase. Due to Measure 50, most homeowners will experience a minimum 3% annual tax increase, regardless of the proposed bond or fluctuations in market values.
3 Beaverton School District Average Market and Average Assessed Property Value for 2021-22 based on Washington Co. Dept. of Assessment & Taxation data.
To find your current assessed value, look at your Real Property Tax Statement.
Beaverton High School Rebuild
Raleigh Hills Elementary School Rebuild
Overview: What Will the 2022 Bond Do?