The Archuleta County Board of County Commissioners certified the county-wide mill levies and revenues for budget year 2012 on Dec. 22, reflecting the property tax revenue hit various governmental and special districts will take.
Archuleta County’s countywide assessed valuation lands at $322,821,640.
Following are the significant mill levy amounts and more specific assessed valuations, if applicable:
• The county’s mill levy of 18.233 mills will net $5,886,006.
• School districts serving the county will receive a total of $7,366,470, split between three school districts.
The lion’s share will go to Archuleta School District 50 Jt., receiving $6,948,146 from its 24.502 mills, based on an assessed valuation of $283,574,664.
Ignacio School District 11 Jt., with 10.540 mills on an assessed valuation of $38,510,441 within Archuleta County, will receive $405,900.
Lastly, Bayfield School District 10 Jt., with an assessed valuation within Archuleta County of $736,535, will receive $12,424 from 16.868 mills.
• The Town of Pagosa Springs, with an assessed valuation of $44,623,528 and a mill levy of 1.583, will earn $88,052 in revenue.
• The Town of Pagosa Springs Sanitation General Improvement District, with a total levy of 2.303 and an assessed valuation of $39,622,541, will take in $91,250.
• Pagosa Area Water and Sanitation District 1, with an assessed valuation of $106,921,755 and a mill levy of 14.128, will take in $1,510,590.
Pagosa Area Water and Sanitation District 2, with a total levy of 6.022 and assessed valuation of $98,485,839, will take in $593,081.
• The Pagosa Fire Protection District, with a total levy of 5.507, will receive $1,421,427.
• Aspen Springs Metro District, with an assessed valuation of $12,369,721 and a total levy of 14.677 mills, will rake in $181,550.
• Los Pinos Fire District has an assessed valuation within Archuleta County of $38,275,542. With the mill levy of 3.520, the district will earn $134,730.
• The Upper San Juan Library District, at an assessed valuation of $322,085,105 and a levy of 1.517, will take in $488,603.
• Upper San Juan Health Service District will receive $1,226,460 from an assessed valuation of $283,574,664 and a levy of 4.325 mills.