Measure Z took effect April 1, 2017, and is anticipated to help restore many critical services eliminated in June 2016, and enhance other critical unfunded needs, such as first responder staffing and vehicles, road and tree maintenance, and building repair and maintenance. By increasing the City’s sales tax rate from 7.75% to 8.75%, Measure Z is estimated to generate approximately $10 million in revenues in Fiscal Year 2016-17, and over $50 million in FY 2017-18.
The 5-Year spending plan, adopted by the City Council on May 16, 2017 addresses 33 separate items in 6 major categories:
The City of Riverside is committed to providing high quality municipal services to ensure a safe, inclusive and livable community. This approved spending plan will not only enhance public safety and strengthen the City’s financial position, but also enhance the quality of life of the City’s residents, businesses and community at large.
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