by Teresa Farnsworth September 26, 2022

October 1st of each year is typically full of sales/use tax rate changes for most states.  This Oct 1 is no different.


Seasonal rate changes for Seldovia, Sitka, and Skagway.


An increase for the city of Coosada.


A new FPO ZIP code was added:  34009


Changes to city rates for Waldron, aka Bates, and Midland.


Changes to the city rates for Pacific Grove, San Pablo, Susanville, and Torrance.

Also changes to the counties of Marin and Mariposa.


Changes to rates in Atlanta, aka Sandy Springs, Dunwoody, Brookhaven, Winters Chapel, Chamblee, Doraville, Emory University, Briarcliff, North Springs, Druid Hills, Embry Hills, Northlake, IRS Service Center, Hapeville, College Park, and East Point.

There were also changes to the counties of Appling, Greene, Pike, Screven, Webster, and Walker.


Changes to cities of Columbus, De Soto, Hays, and Yates Center.


There is a change to the West Caroll parish.


Changes to the cities of:

  • Bonne Terre
  • Farmington
  • Grandin
  • Grant City
  • Henrietta
  • Knob Noster
  • Leadwood
  • Licking
  • Lockwood
  • Marceline
  • Maryville
  • Mendon
  • New London
  • Novinger
  • Park Hills
  • Saint Charles
  • Saint Louis
  • Wheaton
  • Windsor

Changes in the counties of:

  • Barry
  • Bollinger
  • Gasconade
  • Howell
  • Linn
  • Pettics
  • Putnam
  • Saint Francois
  • Stone
  • Texas
  • Adair
  • Carroll


Changes tot he cities of:

  • Bruning
  • Humboldt
  • Falls City aka Preston and Barada
  • Gering
  • West Point


The Alleghany County rate was increased.


The Latimer County rate was increased.


The following cities have rates changes:  Freeport, Ore City, Roanoke, Rule, Shallow Water, Smyer, and Waelder.


Changes in the cities of Manti and Monroe.  Change in the County of Wasatch.


Changes in the cities of Barre, Essex Junction, and Montgomery.


Spokane ZIP code 99224 now has a line item for the unincorporated area that is not the in the PTBA.  



Teresa Farnsworth
Teresa Farnsworth

Teresa Farnsworth is the VP / Account Manager at Zip2Tax. She works closely with her clients to make sure they have just what they need to collect the right amount of sales or use tax in the U.S. and Canada. Questions? Chat with Teresa on the Web site, the Subscriber User Portal, or call her direct line; 866-492-8494.

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