Community Redevelopment Tax Incentive

February 8, 2016

On February 18, Savannah City Council will consider adoption of a new ordinance to help combat chronic blight in Savannah. Called the Community Redevelopment Tax Incentive, the proposed ordinance creates a process for declaring properties maintained in a chronically blighted condition, and establishes a mechanism to tax those properties at a higher rate until they are brought into compliance.

 

Visit www.savannahga.gov/blightordinance, to read background on the proposed ordinance and find answers to the most commonly asked questions about the ordinance. Residents can also submit questions and comments through the site. 

 

The proposed ordinance creates a process for declaring properties maintained in a chronically blighted condition, and establishes a mechanism to tax those properties at a higher rate until they are brought into compliance. The ordinance will have its second reading at the February 18 City Council Meeting.

 

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