New sales tax revenue assigned to the street maintenance budget will be used to increase the number of lane miles maintained each year (filling potholes, resurfacing roads, etc.) — extending the life of the City’s best roads. These improvements benefit the entire community by improving air quality, reducing street reconstruction needs, and contributing to individual cost savings by decreasing fuel consumption and the frequency of tire repair and car maintenance.
New bond revenue funding will allow the City to begin reconstructing its most deteriorating streets and, when paired with new sales tax revenue for streets maintenance, enable the City to prolong the life of its entire street network.
The budget information below is for fiscal year 2018-2019 and reflects a shortened collection period that will begin in August 2018. Budgets reflect additional revenue only and do not represent total department spending or existing sales tax revenue.
Mayor's Recommended Budget
Construction and Surface Treatment Crew
Set up a new road maintenance crew (equipment and personnel). The new crew will allow the City to double the number of roads being resurfaced and improved each from 75 to 155 lane miles
Capital Asset Renewal in Parks
Transfer from Capital Asset Management for parks
Capital Improvement Program Projects Transfer
The City is required to allocate 7% of the budget to the Capital Improvement Program.