In March of 2019, the Blaine City Council passed an ordinance for a Business and Occupation tax. The final ordinance was the result of a year-long collaborative effort with businesses and community members to fund vital city services.
The B&O tax is 0.2% (two tenths of one percent) on businesses with annual gross receipts of more than $250,000. Businesses providing accommodations, medical or food services are exempt. New businesses or startups that bring 25 or more full-time jobs into the city would qualify for a tax credit over three consecutive years.
The following represents the reporting periods and when payment of the tax is due to the city: