While this tax is, without a doubt, the most misunderstood tax, the impact on individual households will be virtually nonexistent. A citizen is only required to pay a use tax after purchasing more than $2,000, within a single year, from out-of-state businesses. Then, it is that citizen’s responsibility to self-report those purchases to the state.
On Monday, April 27, Governor Parsons in an address to the State of Missouri outlined his plan to reopen Missouri's businesses and to begin to bring Missouri back to some sense of normalcy. Phase 1 of his plan is to lift the stay at home order effective Monday, May 4, 2020. At this time businesses will be able to reopen, and people will begin to return to work.
Governor Mike Parsons has ordered that all gatherings of more than 10 people are no longer allowed, and it is recommended to maintain a social distance of 6 feet between individuals. If these measures cannot be followed and the virus continues to spread, the County Health Dept. will have no choice but to issue a shelter in place order.
In this time of uncertainty, please know I share your concerns and fears. With that being said, we are doing our very best to take care of the numerous calls received daily about court dates and if they have been rescheduled. As of March 17, 2020, if you had a court date on either March 23, 2020, or April 13, 2020, your case has been rescheduled to April 27, 2020, at 5:00 p.m.
During the April 7, 2020 election, Park Hills residents will be voting on the City's Use Tax Proposition. Before you go to the polls, please take a moment to read this blog and learn about the Use Tax; how it works, where the dollars will be spent, and why it is so very important to the City's financial health.
City Administrator, Mark McFarland, reveals the City's Goals for 2020.
Welcome to the City of Park Hills website! We are excited about the new look!
Please check out our new event calendar under the “Community” tab.
The Park Hills Senior Center hosted the first annual Cruisin' for a Cause event in September of 2018 to benefit the Meals on Wheels Program. The event was more successful than we could have hoped for.