The City of Springfield has proposed Bond Measure 20-351 to repair a list of proposed streets. Bond Measure 20-351 proposes a five-year $20 million general obligation bond to fund repairs for a list of proposed city streets. If passed, it would cost an estimated $0.74 cents per $1,000 of assessed value each year for five years beginning July 1, 2024. The bond is based upon assessed value, not market value. The median assessed value of residential property is $182,500. At this value, a homeowner would pay approximately $135 per year in estimated taxes, which is about $11.25 per month.

The list of streets proposed to be fixed are:

  • Harlow Road from Interstate 5 to the roundabout at Pioneer Parkway and MLK Jr. Parkway
  • Aspen Street from Tamarack Street to Centennial Boulevard
  • G Street from 10th Street to 23rd Street
  • 36th Street from Main Street to Commercial Avenue
  • Daisy Street from South 51st Place to Bob Straub Parkway
  • 58th Street from Main Street to Thurston Road

For complete details, go to Bond Measure 20-351. This page includes links to an interactive map that shows the proposed streets for repair, Question & Answer and Overview flyers that provide information and history about the City’s Street Preservation and Repair Program, images, and more.