Measure D-22, if passed by voters, will generate an estimated $5.6 million annually in additional revenues until ended by the City Council. These funds will go into the General Fund for general use, and the City could choose to allocate spending to fund road and sidewalk improvements and stormwater infrastructure throughout the City.
City engineering resources and third-party experts have analyzed City infrastructure, with a particular focus on city streets. Current estimates show that the City needs to invest over $6M a year to maintain current street conditions. With the current status, the pavement condition index will continue to degrade and streets are likely to decay further and increase long term costs to fix them.