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Posted on: April 1, 2017

Transportation Fee

The City recently conducted a road study which recommended spending an additional $1 million per year on road rehabilitation. After a lengthy process, City Council voted to create a Transportation Utility Fee of $18.50 per month per utility connection.

This fee will begin on July 1, 2017.

The monies generated from the Transportation Fee will go into a Transportation Utility Fund with the following requirements:

  • Monies can only be used for Road Maintenance and Rehabilitation
  • An annual report as a part of the budget process will be provided
  • The fee will be re-evaluated if the City gains more or less road funds through the state's B&C gas tax or other sources
  • The fee will expire June 30, 2028 when all of the City's bonds will be paid off
You can see the agenda, listen to the recording, and when available, view the minutes from the meeting where this was decided at This decision was the result of a lengthy process. For more information on that process and what led to this decision, please see the information below.
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