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Transportation Sales Tax

June 14 Virtual Public Meeting on Boulder County Transportation Funding

On Tuesday, June 14 from 5:30 to 7 p.m., Boulder County Community Planning & Permitting and Public Works departments are hosting a virtual (online) open house meeting on transportation funding for Boulder County. The open house will focus on the future of the county’s transportation sales tax which expires in June 2024, and options will be presented for future funding of multimodal transportation system needs throughout Boulder County.

As the Board of County Commissioners is considering a potential ballot initiative for transportation funding in 2022, public input on top transportation needs and priorities are welcome and encouraged. At the meeting, participants will have an opportunity to ask questions and provide feedback on the county’s transportation funding and options for the future.

What: Virtual Open House meeting on Boulder County transportation funding
When: Tuesday, June 14, 2022 from 5:30 to 7 p.m.
Where: Virtual meeting via Zoom. Register to attend at www.boco.org/TransportationFundingJune14
How: Registration is required but participants can register at any time, including after the meeting has started. A calendar invite and a reminder notification will be sent to your email address directly from Zoom. To participate over the phone, please dial 1-833-568-8864 (toll free) and input the webinar ID: 160 666 5918. Spanish-language and closed-captioned options will be available.

For those unable to attend live, the meeting will be recorded and posted to the Community Planning & Permitting YouTube channel. Submit comments and questions about transportation funding, investment priorities, and potential projects via an online form.

For more information, or for assistance in participating in the virtual meeting, please contact Alexandra Phillips at 303-441-4520 or aphillips@bouldercounty.org.bout the projects that receive funding from this sales tax, please visit Boulder County Transportation.

In 2001 the voters of Boulder County passed a ballot issue that allowed for a 0.1 percent (one cent on a $10 purchase) countywide transportation sales tax. In 2007, voters approved an extension of the sales tax through 2024.

The Transportation Sales Tax helps fund:

  • Roadway improvements
  • Mobility
  • Priority transit programs
  • Pollution reduction
  • Congestion reduction
  • Safety
  • Efficiency of alternative modes and traffic flows
  • Road widening projects
    • Addition of shoulders appropriate for cycling where approved
    • Repair and construction of roads and bridges

For detailed information about the projects that receive funding from this sales tax, please visit Boulder County Transportation.

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