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Yakima City Council Approves $20 Car Tab Fee
City residents will begin paying the extra fee on July 1. The money paid by vehicle owners will bring in about $1.5 million annually and will help fund a $10 million facelift of North 1st Street the official entrance to the city of Yakima.
Yakima City Council to Decide on Yakima Car Tab Vote
Voters will not see a car tab measure on a ballot in April. And it may or may not be on the August ballot. The Yakima City Council tomorrow will hear from Yakima City Manager Tony O'Rourke. He is expected to give the council other options to consider to fix Yakima city roads...
Yakima Gearing Up For This Summer’s Roadwork Projects
he city of Yakima is ready to do a lot of street work this summer with funding coming from a $5 million bond and a streets and traffic position that were eliminated in the 2013 budget. The work includes projects on all major roads in Yakima including Tieton Avenue, Washington Avenue and Nob Hill Blv…
Yakima Car Tabs Will Not Be On Ballot This Year

A decision to increase the cost of car tabs to pay for Yakima city street repairs won’t be on the ballot this year. The question is instead expected to appear later this year on a questionnaire about city operations.
This  is not the case in the lower valley, where so far the price of car tabs has …
Yakima City Council Delays Increase in Car Tabs
The Yakima City Council approved a resolution that allows the city to seek a $500,000 state grant to help purchase 52 acres of land on the former mill site for a future soccer complex. The money would come from the recreation and conservation office...
Toppenish Car Tabs Fees
The Toppenish City Council on Tuesday voted in favor of creating a transportation benefit district to help the city find money to make major street repairs. The council has the authority to increase car tabs in the city up to 20 dollars or use money from other areas...
Yakima City Council Votes Against Car Tabs
You won't be paying an extra 20 dollars for car tabs to pay for Yakima city street maintenance and repairs. That's because the Yakima city council voted last night 5-2 against the 20 dollar car tab increase. The council was considering the increase that would have raised a million dollars a year to …