Road tax increases set for November ballot in Flagstaff

Road tax


Road taxVoters in the city of Flagstaff will face two separate road tax hikes on the November ballot that together will collect about $250 million in sales taxes in the city and county over 20 years.

On Tuesday, the Flagstaff City Council unanimously approved asking voters for a hike of one-third of a cent in the sales tax for 20 years.

The tax would raise $106 million, with about half of that amount spent in the first seven years on repairs to roads and underlying utilities.

Of the remainder, $30 million would be spent in years 6 through 20 on pavement preservation and sidewalks, with $13 million left over for unspecified projects.


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