West Valley cities reach pre-recession revenues

Rio Vista Community Park | 8866-A W. Thunderbird Rd., Peoria. | A 52-acre park with an urban fishing lake, a skate park and splash pad, and sand volleyball courts and softball fields. /Photo: Peoria

By Laura Gómez | The Republic

Some West Valley cities are reaching revenue levels they hadn’t seen since the Great Recession, and financial plans call for spending on projects from a new bus route in Avondale to a parking garage in Peoria.

Avondale, Goodyear and Peoria are on target to surpass pre-recession levels of operating revenue.

General funds taking a boost

Peoria’s general fund, a city’s biggest bucket of operating funds that is largely fed by sales-tax collections, peaked at $122 million in fiscal year 2008 before dropping in the recession.

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