The Eden Prairie City Council, at its Tuesday, Sept. 6 meeting, will consider setting a preliminary 2023 tax levy of approximately $42.4 million and a total 2023 budget of about $57.4 million, with the final numbers to be determined in December.
The proposed tax levy is up 4.5% over the 2022 number, and the total budget number is up 3.2%. The proposal before the city council on Tuesday indicates the city portion of 2023 property taxes would be $1,530 – up $106 or 7.4% – on a $513,200 home in Eden Prairie, if the preliminary budget and tax-levy numbers are adopted in December.
The Sept. 6 meeting starts at 7 p.m. in the Council Chambers of the Eden Prairie City Center, 8080 Mitchell Road.
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