Sales and use tax revenue in Gonzales County during April 2019 are up 35.47 percent from the previous year. Gonzales County pulled in $185,201.11 in April 2019, compared to $136,704.15 allocated in April 2018. The county has seen $734,786.79 in sales tax revenue so far this year, a 21.69 percent increase from 2018’s numbers.
The cities of Gonzales, Nixon and Smiley also saw higher sales tax revenue in April 2019 compared to the previous year. Gonzales pulled in $233,867.04, Nixon did $31,223.06 and Smiley had $3,973.06 in April 2019. Waelder saw a decrease in revenue from 2018, pulling in $3,580.17 this April.
So far this year, Gonzales raised $921,446.16, Nixon raised $108,317.57, Waelder raised 16,217.43 and Smiley raised $13,217.43. Gonzales and Smiley have seen an increase in revenue to date from 2018, with 9.79 percent and 70.77 percent respectively. Nixon and Waelder have seen a decrease of 8.24 percent and 7.66 percent from the previous year so far.
Shiner pulled in $28,878.58 this past month up 9.75 percent from April 2018’s 26,313.00. Luling earned $131,261.65 in April, up 44.12 percent from the previous April’s $91,073.34. Year to date, Shiner has pulled in $133,634.70 up 27.55 percent from April 2018. Luling has raised $444,055.26 up 12.84 percent from the previous year to date.