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Lake Stevens City Council to Consider Voter-Approved Funding for Transportation Benefit District - June 30, 2022

Lake Stevens City Council Passes Resolution for Transportation Benefit District - July 13, 2022

The City is Seeking Volunteers for Transportation Benefit District Pro and Con Committees - closes July 27, 2022

Transportation Benefit District Funding on November 8 General Election Ballot - October 19, 2022

 Transportation Benefit District Funding Approved

Thank you to our community for supporting the Transportation Benefit District (TBD) funding in the November 8 General Election. 

Thanks to the TBD, the city will be able to fund safe walkway and sidewalk connections to schools, street maintenance for high-volume roads, and traffic congestion relief. The city will also be able to leverage TBD funding to secure millions more in grants to pay for larger transportation projects in the city.  

Please continue to visit this page for updates as we build these street, sidewalk, and safety improvements. 

The TBD is funded through a 0.2 percent sales tax or two cents on a $10 purchase. This funding method means visitors who shop, dine, or recreate in Lake Stevens also help pay for city sidewalks, roads, and trails they use. The TBD is projected to raise approximately $1.5 million per year for projects and matching funds for larger grants. 

Thank you again for your support.  

Transportation Benefit District Proposed Projects