The Jefferson City Finance Committee reviewed its tax revenue for February during Thursday’s meeting.
The city’s 1 percent sales tax generated $892,285 in February — $46,301 under budget, according to the monthly financial report presented to the committee Thursday.
The half-percent capital improvement tax brought in $430,468 in February — $27,339 over budget.
The half-percent parks sales tax generated $430,459 in February — $7,173 over budget.
The city collected $99,690 in lodging tax in February, according to the report. Since voters approved the lodging tax increase in 2011, the 7-cent lodging tax has accumulated more than $8.9 million.
The 4-cent tourism fund has more than $5.2 million.
Jefferson City saw an increase in hotel occupancy in February compared to the same time last year — 58 percent versus 53.4 percent, according to the report.