Online sales, home improvement and increased restaurant activity have driven the growth, according to the city.
The announced allocations from the Texas comptroller's office, which reflect sales tax collected in August, are up more than 14% year over year for all three cities.
Some local businesses are having trouble staffing for an uptick in demand.
“The new normal is closer to the old normal than we thought it would be,” said Frank Mihalopoulos, the founder of Corinth Properties. “We lost a lot of businesses, and ... some restaurants are not even open all the hours that they had. We noticed some folks don’t even open in the evenings or on certain days for the longest time.”
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Roanoke reported $2.1 million in sales tax revenue for May 2021, in line with current statewide trends of revenue growth.
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The report by Ray Perryman's firm said that highly educated and highly skilled workers typically don’t choose to live in areas where voter access is limited.
Schools nationwide will be able to serve nutritious meals to all students free of charge regardless of eligibility through June 30, 2022, officials announced.
A new food industry job-readiness program in partnership with the Tarrant Area Food Bank and Culinary School of Fort Worth is launching.
The AllianceTexas region helped generate more than $8.24 billion in economic impact in 2020.
As many as 31 stores across nine states will be shuttered as Fry's Electronics shuts down due to market changes and the pandemic.
Some North Texas cities saw increased revenue despite the pandemic.
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The governor explained what Texas has learned from the pandemic and how that will affect legislative priorities.
The North Texas Commission, a public-private partnership of business, local governments, chambers of commerce and other organizations, is continuing to advocate for additional COVID-19 relief for the Dallas-Fort Worth area.
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Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, the goal of county officials has been to make sure hospitals stay open, and the county has accomplished that goal, Whitley said.
Phase 2 of the Roanoke Stimulus Grant Program opened Oct. 23. It allows residents to purchase gift tour tickets to support local businesses.
Round 2 of applications for Tarrant County's Small Business Assistance Grant has opened.
The average operating budget between Keller, Roanoke and Fort Worth will decrease by nearly 0.5% in fiscal year 2021, which began Oct.1.
Round two of applications for Tarrant County's Small Business Assistance Grant opens next week.
Homebuyers transitioning to more suburban markets are looking for additional space and more features.
Year to date, sales tax allocations for Keller have totaled $9.44 million, which represents a 13.3% increase compared to the same time last year.
The Texas Workforce Commission has reported 3.2 million Texans have filed for unemployment relief since mid-March.