County Budgets

York County's 2020 budget was approved by York County Commissioners Susan Byrnes, Doug Hoke and Chris Reilly at the commissioners' regularly scheduled meeting on Dec. 18, 2019.

The plan increased county-levied property taxes modestly, with a 0.1-mill tax hike. The extra millage would amount to $1.63 million and be used to buy 2,500 acres, or about four square miles, of open space annually for protection from development. Learn more about protecting open space in York County.

The average assessed value of residential properties in York County is $133,498, so the average homeowner will pay an additional $13.35 per year in property taxes.

 

You can learn how to calculate your county tax bill here.

The Documents

Budget documents are presented below.

The Budget Summary offers a broad view of the county's revenue and expenses. The general fund is primarily supported by property taxes and generally has no funding restrictions, so it is locally controlled.

The Final Budget shows figures for each funding stream, including restricted-use funds derived from state and federal sources.

2020 Final Budget