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The taxable value of a property is its assessed value less any exemptions.
Exemptions may include:
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The millage rate is the ad valorem property tax rate levied per $1,000 of a property's taxable value. The rate is expressed in mills, which is equal to 0.1% of the taxable value. Each taxing authority adopts a millage rate each year that appears on the property tax bill. To calculate the tax levy using a given millage rate, the formula is:
Taxable Value/1,000 X Millage Rate = $ Ad Valorem Tax
For example, a Wellington property with an assessed value of $350,000 and exemptions of $50,000 has a taxable value of $300,000. The ad valorem property tax for Wellington would then be:
$300,000/1,000 X 2.48 Mills = $744
Wellington Solid Waste assesses for the collection and transportation of all waste and recycling for its customers. The Solid Waste Authority of Palm Beach County assesses for the disposal of all waste. For more information about the Solid Waste Authority, please visit the Solid Waste Authority's website.
NOTICE OF PUBLIC DISCLOSURE VILLAGE OF WELLINGTON, FLORIDA FULL COST FOR SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT SERVICES
IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE SECTION 403.7049, FLORIDA STATUES THE FOLLOWING DISCLOSES THE FULL COST OF SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT SERVICES WITHIN THE VILLAGE OF WELLINGTON, FLORIDA FOR THE YEAR ENDING SEPTEMBER 30, 2018
*COMMERCIAL COLLECTION SERVICE
Collection per uncompacted cubic yard for 2018 is $6.46
Collection per uncompacted cubic yard for 2019 is $6.64
*Does not include container rental rates
** Solid Waste Authority of Palm Beach County separately collects processing and disposal costs through an annual Non-ad Valorem assessment
The Acme Improvement District (AID) is a dependent special district originally created by the Florida legislature in 1953 to provide drainage, water management, and infrastructure development in western Palm Beach County. Special Districts are unlike municipalities and counties in that some of them, including Acme, collect revenue from non-ad valorem assessments. This means that the amount of the assessment is not based on the value of the property. Assessments are unit-based and paid solely by landowners benefiting from the services that Acme provides.
The number of units is based on the amount of land owned: