History of the Summit County RAP Tax
Summit County residents pass ballot measure to implement a 0.10% sales tax for the purpose of funding arts, parks and recreation programs within the County. Through a grants process, funding is used to support programs across the all areas of the County with the goal of equal distribution respective to the demographics of each municipality. Every ten years, residents must vote to reauthorize the collection of the sales tax.
Summit County residents vote to continue the RAP Tax.
The RAP Tax is once again up for reauthorization.