Yavapai College Governing Board Approves Property Tax Levy Increase

The Yavapai College District Governing Board approved an increase in the primary property tax levy for Yavapai County residents in the 2023-2024 budget. YC Vice President of Finance and Administration Clint Ewell explained that the college had been putting off an increase during the pandemic. The last time the tax levy was raised was in 2019. The approved increase in Yavapai County will pay an additional estimate of $7 in property taxes per $100,000 of home value. The 5% increase will help the college keep up with inflation.


  1. They get 160 million dollars in property taxes every year (2017 stat)..this is not including goverment subsidies, tuition, books ect…why the increase..Is Chris kuknyo on this governing board? Isn’t he running for board of supervisors. And he is already raising taxes???? Holy cow…You dont have my vote…

  2. Are these College Governing Board positions filled by selection or voted in by the public? Of course they are going to approve themselves a raise at taxpayers’ expense. Did they cut anything from their budgets or just go for the easy route and tax us even more. We all adjust to inflation, shouldn’t you?


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