Crittenden County Will Not Collect Additional 1% Sales Tax

Wednesday, October 1st, 2014

The Crittenden County Circuit Court in Arkansas.

The Crittenden County Circuit Court in Arkansas recently ordered that Crittenden County could not collect a 1% county sales tax. This tax was set to take effect October 1, 2014 and would have increased the local sales tax rate to 2.75%.

Crittenden County had levied the additional tax to pay for the repair, improvement, renovation, equipping, operation, and maintenance of the Crittenden Regional Hospital. County voters approved this tax in June, but hospital officials determined that the tax would not provide enough money to keep the hospital running. In late August, these officials announced that the hospital would close in September.

As a result, the Court has barred the collection of the 1% tax. Crittenden County's sales and use tax rate will stay at 1.75%.

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