Tigard City Council wants to hear from you about the recommended transportation funding scenario for River Terrace.

Go to Consider.it to read more and join the conversation>>

The updated scenario reflects input received from Council and includes the following new fees:

  • Citywide Transportation System Development Charge (SDC) on new development 1
  • River Terrace Transportation SDC on new development in River Terrace subdistrict
  • Street utility fee surcharge in River Terrace subdistrict

This scenario received high marks for equity, facilitating development, reliability of funds, ease of implementation, and ability to address near-term and long-term costs. A chart explaining who pays and what portion of the total cost is included.

Do you support or oppose Council adopting the recommended funding scenario for Transportation?

  • What are the pro and con points related to the recommended Transportation funding scenario?

For more information, view the River Terrace Transportation Funding Strategy Addendum>>

*The deadline for comment has been extended to October 29, 2014*

Consider.it

Visit https://tigard.consider.it/ to read the questions, view more information, and see breakdowns of the proposed funding mechanisms. Next, you can list pro and con points related to the funding scenarios, and/or choose from points that have already been made. You can also indicate how you feel about adoption of the recommended funding scenarios by indicating your position on a bar that goes between support and oppose. This information will provide direction to Council and staff regarding the River Terrace Funding Strategy.

Go to Consider.it to read more about the recommended funding scenarios>>

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1 The city is considering a new citywide transportation System Development Charge (TSDC) to meet citywide needs for transportation improvements. This scenario assumes that a new citywide TSDC is created with 75% of funds collected in River Terrace to remain in River Terrace and that any funds collected outside of River Terrace would be used for citywide projects outside of River Terrace.