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Orange County Redevelopment Revenue

June 09, 1988|Clipboard researched by Susan Greene, Dallas Jamison and Henry Rivero / Los Angeles Times. Page designed by Doris Shields / Los Angeles Times

The California Redevelopment Law was enacted 34 years ago to help cities rebuild slum areas. Once an area is designated a redevelopment zone, property taxes on new construction go to the local redevelopment agency. Here are the redevelopment revenues received in Orange County during the last two tax (fiscal) years.

(In thousands of dollars)

1986-'87 1985-'86 Dollar Percent Tax Year Tax Year Change Change Anaheim 15,480 13,573 +1,907 +14 Brea 10,319 9,186 +1,133 +12 Buena Park 2,112 1,483 +629 +42 Costa Mesa 1,056 847 +209 +25 Cypress 57 38 +19 +50 Fountain Valley 3,647 3,113 +534 +17 Fullerton 3,264 4,900 -1,636 -33 Garden Grove 8,500 5,839 +2,661 +46 Huntington Beach 1,375 505 +870 +172 Irvine 0 0 -- -- Laguna Beach 0 0 -- -- La Habra 317 212 +105 +50 La Palma 598 288 +310 +108 Los Alamitos 0 0 -- -- Newport Beach 0 0 -- -- Orange 1,159 607 +552 +91 Placentia 295 187 +108 +58 San Clemente 600 495 +105 +21 San Juan Capistrano 389 160 +229 +143 Santa Ana 15,287 10,432 +4,885 +47 Seal Beach 755 654 +101 +15 Stanton 898 597 +301 +50 Tustin 2,253 1,613 +640 +40 Villa Park 0 0 -- -- Westminster 391 219 +172 +79 Yorba Linda 1,604 434 +1,170 +270 Unincorporated areas N/A N/A -- -- TOTAL 68,752 54,948 +13,804 +25 City Average 2,644 2,113 +531 +25

Source: Orange County Auditor's Office

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