Utah’s Local Sales Tax Rate Changes, October 2013

Utah announces several local rate changes, October 1, 2013.

Utah announces several local rate changes, October 1, 2013.

The Utah State Tax Commission has announced a number of local sales tax rate changes, effective October 1, 2013. 

Rate increase

The city of Brian Head in Iron County will increase the resort communities tax rate to 1.1%. The combined sales and use tax rate will be 7.95%.

The city of Kanab in Kane County will increase its municipal energy sales and use tax by 3%. The new rate will be 6%.

New tax

Tropic in Garfield County will impose a new municipal energy sales and use tax of 6% and a new municipal telecommunications sales and use tax of 3.5%.

Cedar City in Iron County will impose a new municipal transient room tax of 1%. The total transient room tax rate will be 5.25%.

Brian Head in Iron County will impose a new municipal transient room tax of 1%. The total transient room tax rate will be 5.25%.

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