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Pima County bond survey deadline extended due to high levels of interest

Jun 19, 2013 | Read More News
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Pima County asked residents to help identify top priorities for an upcoming bond election – and so many of youNone responded that we’ve extended the deadline for one more week to allow time for additional feedback.

More than 12,300 residents have weighed in since the survey was released on July 19. With the pace of incoming responses still holding steady, the deadline has been extended to 11:30 p.m. on Friday, August 9.

The online survey is available at www.pima.gov/bondsurvey.

Since the last bond election in 2006, our community has grown and so have its needs. Local jurisdictions and community organizations have generated more proposals than we can fund in a future bond election, so these responses will help the Pima County Bond Advisory Committee in its unenviable task of winnowing down the list.

The survey lists every proposal submitted to date to the Pima County Bond Advisory Committee, divided into five primary areas: 

    Historic, cultural and natural area conservation
            Public health, flood control, neighborhood reinvestment and governmental facilities
            Libraries, community facilities and museums
            Job growth, education and workforce training
            Parks and recreation


                      Please take the survey to let us know what projects you believe are most needed. The survey will take about 10 minutes to complete, depending on how you answer the questions. The survey may only be taken once.

                      The community’s feedback is critical and very much appreciated.

                      For more information about how Pima County manages its current bond program, please visit http://webcms.pima.gov/cms/one.aspx?portalId=169&pageId=34968.
  • Public health, flood control, neighborhood reinvestment and governmental facilities