The city raked in about $2.8 million in sales tax revenue as compared to $2.53 million in July 2019, data shows.
Georgetown has managed to maintain a positive trend in sales tax revenue, increasing by double-digit percentages each month since May. In April, when Williamson County was restricted by a “Stay Home, Stay Safe” order, Georgetown still generated sales tax revenue in the green, increasing by 0.69% year over year.
The city saw its highest year-over-year jump for the year in June, reporting a 22.88% increase.
City officials previously predicted a decrease in year-over-year sales tax revenue, which funds about 8.4% of the city’s budget, but that did not prove to be the case.
Here is a breakdown.