Fire Department's Annual Transparency Report
The County Tax Collector "according to State law" may collect fire fees for volunteer fire department districts. The Saline County Tax Collector collects for twelve (12) volunteer fire districts. The fire district chief, or board secretary, work with the Tax Collector's Improvement District Manager to assign fire fees to parcels of land within their fire district. In March each year, if you live in a volunteer fire district, you will see a fire fee applied to your annual tax statement. The volunteer fire department fire fees are collected with the taxpayer's ad valorem taxes. Each year in March, the fire districts shall file (in the Saline County Clerk's Office) an annual "Taxpayer Transparency Improvement District Report." For a blank form click here.
14-284-216 (FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICTS) Assessments Time for payment Failure to pay.
(1) All annual assessments extended and levied under the terms of this subchapter shall be payable at the time ad valorem taxes are paid.
(2) If any annual assessments levied by the board of commissioners under this subchapter are not paid when due, the collector shall not embrace the assessments in the taxes for which the collector shall sell the lands.
(3) The collector shall report delinquent assessments annually to the board of commissioners for informational purposes.
(4) The collector shall add to the amount of the delinquent assessment a penalty of 10% and shall collect the delinquent assessment in the same manner as delinquent ad valorem taxes for a period of no less than 18 months after October 15 of the year the fee(s) become delinquent.
22_Fire District #11 East End.pdf
22_Fire District #13 Turtle Creek.pdf
22_Fire District #14 Springhill.pdf
22_Fire District #15 Collegeville.pdf
22_Fire District #16 Sardis.pdf
22_Fire District #18 Lake Norrell.pdf
22_Fire District #19 Northeast Fire.pdf
22_Fire District #59 Salem.pdf
22_Fire District #90 Crows.pdf