2021 Ballot Issue 3A

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2021 General Election Information

2021 City Council Candidates

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At a special meeting August 26, the Littleton City Council referred a question to voters asking for an increase in the sales tax rate from 3% to 3.75% to fund capital improvement projects:

SHALL CITY OF LITTLETON SALES AND USE TAXES BE INCREASED BY AN ESTIMATED $9,773,087 ANNUALLY, OR BY WHATEVER ADDITIONAL AMOUNTS ARE RAISED ANNUALLY THEREAFTER, BY A 3/4 CENT (FROM 3.0% TO 3.75%) WHICH AMOUNTS TO 75 CENTS ON $100 IN PURCHASES EXCLUDING THOSE ITEMS EXEMPT FROM TAXATION BY CITY CODE, THAT WILL GO INTO EFFECT ON JANUARY 1, 2022 OF BACKLOGGED CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: NEIGHBORHOOD STREET MAINTENANCE AND RECONSTRUCTION, STREET CONGESTION AND IMPROVED CAPACITY PROJECTS, RIGHT-OF-WAY AND MEDIAN MAINTENANCE AND IMPROVEMENTS, STREET AND BRIDGE SAFETY IMPROVEMENTS, SIDEWALK IMPROVEMENTS, BUILDING REPLACEMENT AND MAINTENANCE, INCLUDING SPECIFIC PROJECTS SUCH AS:

  • MAJOR STREET MAINTENANCE AND RECONSTRUCTION IN NEIGHBORHOODS AND SIGNIFICANT CORRIDORS;
  • MINERAL & SANTA FE INTERSECTION IMPROVEMENTS;
  • DOWNTOWN STREETSCAPE AND PARKING IMPROVEMENTS;
  • PUBLIC WORKS FACILITY REPLACEMENT; AND
  • MAINTENANCE AND IMPROVEMENTS TO CITY-OWNED FACILITIES AT THE LITTLETON MUSEUM, BEMIS LIBRARY, THE MUNICIPAL COURTHOUSE AND OTHERS; AND
  • PUBLIC SAFETY FACILITY IMPROVEMENTS;
  • ENHANCED ENVIRONMENTAL STEWARDSHIP IMPROVEMENTS SUCH AS SUSTAINABLE LANDSCAPE IRRIGATION AND CONSERVATION IMPROVEMENTS

AND THE CITY SHALL ANNUALLY REPORT THE PROGRESS OF SUCH PROJECTS AND THE EXPENDITURES OF SUCH REVENUES TO THE CITIZENS WITH REVIEW BY A BOARD OR COMMISSION AS APPOINTED BY CITY COUNCIL, AND SHALL THE REVENUES GENERATED BY SUCH SALES AND USE TAX INCREASE AND ANY EARNINGS FROM THE INVESTMENT OF SUCH REVENUES BE COLLECTED AND SPENT BY THE CITY AS A VOTER-APPROVED REVENUE CHANGE PURSUANT TO ARTICLE X, SECTION 20 OF THE COLORADO CONSTITUTION OR ANY OTHER LAW?

___ Yes
___ No


This is a coordinated mail ballot election with Arapahoe, Douglas, and Jefferson Counties. Mailing of ballots is expected to start October 11. More information is available from the county in which voters reside:

Arapahoe County
arapahoevotes.com
303-795-4511

Jefferson County
jeffco.us/elections
303-271-8111

Douglas County
douglasvotes.com
303-660-7444