city street repairs

Yakima’s Dirty Dozen Getting Makeover
Potholes and cracks make for a common sight and a bumpy ride on some of Yakima's busiest streets. Now, the city identified its dirty dozen. Twelve streets in the worst conditions will be resurfaced this year. Some of the roads being resurfaced include Tieton Drive from 32nd Avenue to 40th Avenu…
Yakima Voters to Have Say in Car Tab Fees
Yakima city voters will have a chance to help the city with street repairs when a 30 dollar car tab fee proposal appears on the April 2013 ballot. The Yakima City Council Tuesday decided against a 40 dollar increase and instead changed the proposal to 30 dollars saying the city could fix more street…
Voters Could be Asked to Raise Car Tab Fees
Car tab fees have never been very popular, but Yakima City Manager Tony O'Rourke believes now may be the time to ask voters for the fee to pay for city street repairs. The city council will talk about putting the issue in front of voters during a study session this morning...
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 …
O’Rourke Will Ask The Voters About Car Tab Fees
Voters could be asked in November to increase car tabs $20 to pay for street repairs. Instead of placing the issue on the November ballot, the City Council decided to hold off and wait for new Yakima City Manager Tony O'Rourke. He wants to pose the question in a community survey before the …
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...