Lap pool, new park proposed with Flagstaff sales tax hike

By Corina Vanek | Arizona Daily Sun

A competitive lap pool, expanding Thorpe Park and a new park on the west side of town are three of the projects that could possibly be funded by a proposed tax to acquire open space and develop parks and recreational areas.

Those three projects, estimated to cost $14.8 million in total, are the only three formally proposed to be funded by the tax, should the measure pass. However, a total of $43 million worth of projects have been discussed as other ideas to be funded.

A group of citizens has proposed asking the Flagstaff City Council to place a question on the 2018 ballot that would create a one-eighth-cent sales tax. The levy would be used to pay for capital projects to acquire and protect open space and to acquire, develop and maintain parks, recreation facilities, sports facilities and trail systems.

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