Voter-approved sales tax initiatives have existed in Fort Collins since 1973 to fund a multitude of community priority projects, including street maintenance and repair, police services, parks and recreation, and transportation.
Since 1973, 10 dedicated taxes have been approved for implementation or renewal by voters. The current installment of a voter-approved tax is the Community Capital Improvement Program, which is set to expire in 2025. For more information on past and current taxes, visit the links below or the tabs above.
Community Capital Improvement Program
In April 2015, the voters of Fort Collins passed a 10-year quarter-cent tax renewal dedicated to community improvements.
Improvements include ongoing funds to support affordable housing, intersection improvements, bicycle infrastructure, bike, and pedestrian grade-separated crossings, ADA sidewalk improvements, and implementation of Nature in the City.
Other projects include the City Park train and Club Tico Renovations, Downtown Poudre River White Water Park, a Visitor's Center at the Garden's on Spring Creek, Willow and Linden Street improvements, the bridge on Lincoln Avenue, and a Southeast Community Center.