The adopted budget is highlighted by $14.6-million for the General Fund budget and $5.03-million for the Capital Reserve Fund budget.
"We are pleased to keep taxes steady for another year," said Township Manager Roman Pronczak. "The 2018 Capital Reserve and Open Space Budgets include $1.1-million for walkability and trail projects and $2.1-million for water quality and flood control."
The budget maintains current real estate tax millage of 3.20 mills. The total combined millage rate is the fifth lowest in Montgomery County. A resident with a home with the average residential assessment of $227,000 would pay $726 in annual real estate taxes.
Click here to view the 2018 budget summary presentation.