According to a press release, state sales tax revenue was $2.56 billion as of January which is up 11.2 percent compared to 2014.

The comptroller website gives details on city sales and gives a tax comparision summary on every city in Texas. Local cities have a varied number in change.

Alice's net payment this period was over $1.2 million and last year it was around $1.4 million, a decline of 8.41 percent.

Robstown is at $390,697 this period when last year was $458,931, a 0.08 percent increase.

San Diego is at $43,358 and last year was $42,029, a decline of 0.72 percent.

Orange Grove is at $51,906 and last year was $56,888, a decline of 8.69 percent.

Corpus Christi is at more than $8.7 million this year and last year it was at $8.5 million, an increase of 0.72 percent.

Freer is at $70,114 this year and was $58.535 last year, an increase of 7.42 percent.

The city with the most increase is Premont. It's net payment this period is $18,805 and last year it was at $15,959, an increase of 20.66 percent.

Texas comptroller Glenn Hegar said the growth in the sales tax revenues is because of business spending.

"In spite of the recent decline in crude oil prices, tax receipts from the oil and natural gas mining sector also grew strongly," Hegar stated.

Hegar said that her office will monitor the impact of lower oil prices the state's economy.

"These sales tax allocation numbers are an encouraging sign of continued strength," she said.

The release said cities, counties, transit systems and special purpose taxing districts will be sent February local sales tax allocations totaling $873.1 million which is up 8.9 percent compared to last year.