Non-Homestead Operating Millage Renewal & Restoration Election 2024


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Non-Homestead Opera
ting Millage Renewal & Restoration 2024 Information

  • On Tuesday, February 27, 2024, South Lyon Community School district voters will be asked whether to approve the non-homestead operating millage.
  • The Non-homestead operating millage is the school district’s operating millage and has a direct impact on the per pupil foundation allowance that the district receives from the State of Michigan.
  • The non-homestead operating millage proposal would not increase taxes to primary homestead homeowners.
  • The operating millage would be for a period of 10 years, 2025-2034.
  • This renewal, if approved, would keep the existing 18 mills tax levy on businesses, rental properties and second homes.
  • This renewal, if approved, would maintain an estimated $15 million for the general operations of the school district in 2025.
  • If the operating millage renewal fails and is not available to levy in 2025, every operation of the school district would be closely analyzed in order to cut from the future budget to account for the loss in revenue.
  • Please email requestinfo@slcs.us if you have any questions.

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