July 2019 consolidated tax (CTX) numbers were down compared to those from 2018. Statewide, taxable sales were up 3.7% year-over-year, at $5,232,884,218.



Humboldt County

Humboldt County taxable sales were down 22.5% from $67,046,518 in July 2018 to $51,939,412 this year. The difference between the two years was $15,107,106.

Of 79 listed industry categories, 34 recorded losses in Humboldt County.

The largest loss was recorded in Mining (Except Oil and Gas), which was down to $1,945,913 from the prior year of $20,971,970, a difference of $19,026,057 and a -90.7% change. 

Other notable losses were in Accommodations, which brought in zero sales tax, and Electric Equipment, Appliance and Computer Manufacturing, which was down -99.7% over last year. 

The largest gain was recorded in Motion Picture and Sound Recording Industries, which brought in $27,069 in July, a change of 11,132%. 

Other notable gains were in Primary Metal Manufacturing, which brought in $47,515, a gain of 2,916.8% over the previous year. 

Fabricated Metal Product Manufacturing was also up 1,944.8% from the previous year at $2,799,693. The difference between the two years was $2,662,778.



Lander County

Lander County taxable sales were down -4.8% from $28,929,168 in July 2018 to $27,536,783 this year. The difference between the two years was $1,392,385.

Of 71 listed industry categories, 26 recorded losses in Lander County. 

The largest loss was recorded in Primary Metal manufacturing, which brought in zero sales, compared to July 2018 sales of $107,315, a change of -100%. Other notable losses include Petroleum and Coal Products Manufacturing, which brought in only $392 versus $39,656 from last year. This loss stands at -99%.

The largest gain in the county was in Transportation Equipment Manufacturing, which brought in $80,056, a gain of 50,249.7% over the previous year.  

Other notable gains include Wood Product Manufacturing, which was up from $90 last year to $10,360, a 11,411.1% change.



Pershing County

Pershing County taxable sales were down -14.8% from $17,357,586 in July 2018 to $14,785,540 this year. The difference between the two years was $2,572,046.

Of 69 listed industry categories, 32 recorded losses in Pershing County. 

The largest loss was recorded in Credit Intermediation and Related Activities, which brought in $2,925 taxable sales this year, compared to July 2018 sales of $8,869,181, down -100%. 

Other notable losses include Truck Transportation, which is down -100% from the previous year of $540 to zero.

The largest gain was recorded in Heavy and Civil Engineering Construction, which brought in $3,177,990 in July 2019, a 71,719% change. 

Other notable gains include Transportation Equipment Manufacturing, which is up 15,616.3% from last year at $208 to $32,690 this year, a difference of $32,482.