Streets Local Option Tax

General Information
Location
216 E Park Street
McCall,
ID
83638

Hours
Office Hours Monday - Friday
8 am to 5 pm
National Holidays Observed
City Clerk
BessieJo Wagner
Deputy Clerk & Administrative Assistant
Shay Tyler
Local Option Tax Administrator
Amanda Payne
City Receptionist & Customer Service
Sarah Edson
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Click here to view the FY21 Streets LOT Revenue Budget and Actuals City of McCall Streets Department Capital Improvement Plan Review it here>

On November 3rd, 2015, McCall residents voted to increase sales tax on purchases by 1% in an effort to generate revenue for the repair and rebuilding of roads in our community. The increase will not affect food groceries or motor vehicle sales but will apply to both visitors and locals.

In addition to the 3% Lodging Local Option Tax currently in place on hotel and motel room occupancy, this Local Option Tax extends an additional 3% tax on all short term rentals.

Revenue created from this Local Option Tax is estimated at more than $800,000 per year and is a substantial increase to improving the roadways in McCall. Maintaining our streets is an ongoing responsibility. The Streets Local Option Tax will be collected for the next ten years and put to use in our city beyond the year 2025.

  • A 1% sales tax within the municipal boundaries of the City of McCall— EXCLUDING food groceries and motor vehicle sales, as defined in the ordinance.
  • A 3% hotel-motel room occupancy sales tax on receipts from all short-term rentals. (In addition to the 3% Local Option Tax currently in place on hotel and motel rooms and vacation rentals)

Ordinance NO. 936 Interactive Maps Streets Improvement
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Visit the map, then click
on the tab labeled:
"FIND YOUR STREET,"
then click on YOUR street
to find detailed project information

For more information on the Streets Plan contact Nathan Stewart, Engineer, City of McCall—208-634-8943, nstewart@mccall.id.us

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