Why Did My Bill Go Up By More Than The Prescribed Cap From Last Year's Bill?
The following situations could cause an increase of more than the prescribed cap:
An exemption, which was applied to last years tax bill, was removed for
the current year.
There was a change in use for the property such as a zoning change or mobile home conversion.
There was new construction or improvement to the property.
New voter approved increases were levied or the property was annexed into a district with a higher tax rate.
There are items billed on your tax bill that are not ad valorem taxes. These are not affected by the tax cap, and could increase more than the prescribed cap.