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Sales Tax, City by City

Each month, companies across California send sales tax revenue to the state. The state then rebates 1% of the funds back to the cities where the companies are based. The money is then channeled to local governments. Here’s what Orange County and its cities received in sales tax revenue for 1994:

City Amount Anaheim $31,177,391 Brea 9,968,488 Buena Park 8,575,482 Costa Mesa 25,155,487 Cypress 3,797,875 Dana Point 2,107,185 Fountain Valley 8,013,834 Fullerton 12,692,146 Garden Grove 11,032,658 Huntington Beach 15,112,769 Irvine 27,137,197 La Habra 3,901,388 La Palma 5,662,048 Laguna Beach 2,140,069 Laguna Hills 3,624,304 Laguna Niguel 3,557,246 Lake Forest 4,347,694 Los Alamitos 1,936,790 Mission Viejo 7,509,348 Newport Beach 9,476,419 Orange 17,692,989 Placentia 2,862,752 San Clemente 2,883,870 San Juan Capistrano 2,637,678 Santa Ana 29,647,830 Seal Beach 1,267,417 Stanton 2,189,704 Tustin 10,580,267 Villa Park 153,912 Westminster 8,429,907 Yorba Linda 2,952,598 County of Orange 6,598,563

Source: State Board of Equalization; Researched by VALERIE WILLIAMS-SANCHEZ / Los Angeles Times


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