Costs & Impacts


Homeowners would see an average increase of $94 annually for roads and stormwater services. Businesses located within the City of Tucker would see proportionate increases as well.

If the referendum is approved by voters, DeKalb County’s millage rate previously dedicated for Roads & Maintenance services and the County’s stormwater utility fee will no longer be charged by the County. This is similar to the Parks and Recreation transition that took place a few years ago.

Millage Rate: Based on an average home value of $328,000 in Tucker, homeowners would pay an additional $70 per year to cover Roads & Maintenance services

Stormwater Utility Fee: Currently, residential stormwater utility fees are $48 a year. If the referendum is approved, the new storm water utility fee would increase by $24 a year, to a total of $72. 

What are other cities’ stormwater fee for a $328,000 home?

  • DeKalb County - $48
  • Chamblee - $60
  • Brookhaven - $94
  • Dunwoody - $78.50
  • Johns Creek - $69
  • Suwanee - $82
  • Decatur - $85 to $300

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