Tax Levy – MVFD Today

Tax Levy – MVFD Today

Current funding, stats and efficiencies of the Fire District.

Current Funding Model

Funding Sources2021 Revenue GeneratedExpiration Date
Miami Township 3.65 mills$2,000,0002026
Miami Township 3.5 mills$1,995,0002023
Miami Township Other (supplementary)$678,000Supplementary funding is limited and will be depleted by 2023
Miamisburg 3.0 mills$1,200,000Continuous
Miamisburg General Fund Contribution (Income Tax Revenue) equivalent to 5.95 mills$2,600,000N/A
MVFD EMS Fees & Other Revenues$1,586,000N/A
TOTAL$10,059,000

Statistics – change since district was formed

Category2008 CombinedMVFD 2021Change
Population48,00050,7356% increase
Land Area33 sq. miles33 sq. milessame
Fire Stations64 operational2 less stations
Apparatus422540% less
Personnel1126839% less
Annual Expenses$10 million$10.2 million2% more
Annual Fire & EMS runs7,7439,96529% more

Efficiency since 2012

10-Year Analysis including estimated cost of operating 2 separate departments.

CategoryCost of 2 DepartmentsMVFD CostsEfficiencies
Personnel$84.9M$79.5M$5.4M
Contract Services/Supplies$12.1M$11.9M$.2M
Equipment/Stations$12.2M$7.7M$4.5M
Total$109.2M$99M$10.2M

Savings Since 2012

Miamisburg

EXPENSE CATEGORYEST. CITY DEPT. COSTACTUAL CONTRIBUTIONS to MVFDEST. CITY SAVINGS
Personnel$40.6M$30.9M$9.7M
Cont. Svs./Supplies$4.0M$3.0M$1.0M
Equip/Station$5.1M$3.9M$1.2M
Total$49.7M$37.8M$11.9M

Miami Township

EXPENSE CATEGORYEST. TWP. DEPT. COSTACTUAL CONTRIBUTIONS to MVFDEST. TWP. SAVINGS
Personnel$44.3M$33.9M$10.4M
Cont. Svs./Supplies$8.1M$6.4M$1.7M
Equip/Station$7.1M$5.5M$1.6M
Total$59.5M$45.8M$13.7M

We are focused on customer service and meeting the needs of our citizens. Our mission is to protect life, property and serve the citizens of our fire district to the fullest. To the best of our efforts, we will meet our mission.

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