The analysts will monitor the market and conduct the sale of the bonds.
The investors who purchase the bonds earn tax-free interest on their investment.
The City hires bond analysts who determine the value of the bonds that we can sell within a safe margin.
If approved by Springdale voters, we will issue bonds valued up to a certain amount, as approved by voters, and those bonds will be purchased by investors.
For a list of public meetings for 2018, please see our City calendar.
You can also follow us on social media or sign up through Notify Me® on our website to be notified of public meetings.
City Council and the Mayor will work to prioritize projects.
The new Springdale Alert system allows residents greater freedom to pick and choose what kind of notifications they want to receive, how they would like to receive them, as well as specify particular times during the day when they would prefer to block any incoming notifications.
Note: The "1% Sales and Use Tax" at the end of each ballot item is not a tax increase.
It is an authorization to continue the current 1% sales and use tax that was levied in 2003 and continued in 2006 as approved by Springdale voters.
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If you have any suggestions for infrastructure projects, please contact the Engineering Department at 750-8105 or you may contact your City Council representative or the Mayor's Office.
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