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Annual school budget vote day is May 16, 2017

Polls will be open from 6 a.m. to 9 p.m. in the High School new gym lobby, 1 Sabre Drive. Please bring your ID or proof of residency.

2017-18 Community Budget Calendar of events and information

2017-18 Budget Development Process

2016-17 district expenses:  $46,570, 427

Proposed 2017-18 budget: $47,246,386

Spending Increase: $675,959 or 1.45 percent

Maximum allowable tax levy limit: 1.46 percent or about $406,127

click here for the 2017-18 budget proposal presentation

Schalmont's Board of Education adopts 2017-18 budget proposal  Updated April 13, 2017

Schalmont Central School District residents will head to the polls on Tuesday, May 16, to vote on a $47.2 million budget proposed for the 2017-18 school year. It calls for a tax levy increase of 1.46 percent, which is the district’s limit based on the state tax cap formula. Find out more about the 2017-18 budget proposal here.

Schalmont's Budget Process Update - Updated March 16, 2017

Schalmont is currently facing a $2.5 million budget gap. Learn where we are in the process, what information we know, and what we don't know yet that will affect the budget. This story will update throughout the budget process. Find out more about the 2017-18 developing budget.

Governor releases Executive Budget Proposal

New York State Gov. Andrew Cuomo presented a state budget proposal Jan. 17 that includes a $1 billion increase in overall funding for the state’s schools in the 2017-18 school year. read more about the executive budget

 

2016-17 School Year Budget Summary & Information

Budget: $46,570,427

Budget increase: $772,866 or 1.7 percent

Levy increase: $187,359 or 0.68 percent

Estimated cost of tax rate increase for a $250,000 home in Rotterdam: $33.98

Homestead tax rates:
Guilderland: $22.895387
Florida: $40.333277
Duanesburgh: $57.483401
Princetown: $58.224570
Rotterdam: $20.060831

2015-16 School Year Budget Summary & Information

Budget: $45,797,561

Spending Increase: $1,242,831 or 2.79 percent

Tax Levy Increase: $537,602 or 1.99 percent

Homestead tax rates:
Guilderland: $22.713024
Florida: $40.535954
Duanesburgh: $55.324208
Princetown: $56.124743
Rotterdam: $19.988299

2014-15 School Year Budget Summary & Information

Budget: $44,554,730

Spending Increase: $1,381,575 or 3.20 percent

Tax Levy Increase: 2.0 percent 

Homestead tax rates:
Guilderland: $21.404112
Florida: $37.855692
Duanesburgh: $53.627847
Princetown: $53.349111
Rotterdam: $19.341189

 

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Voter information

Voter Eligibility & Information

Absentee ballots

Tax information

Tax collection

Tax levy limit/tax "cap"

School Tax Rebates Change in 2016-17 [PDF]

STAR Program

Additional Budget Information

Budget Questions & Answers

Budget Development Calendar

Creating a School Budget

Employee Contracts

Contingent budgets

Exceeding the tax "Cap"

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