Mayor Chris Coleman and Finance Director Todd Hurley will host three community meetings to engage with residents ahead of the Mayor’s 2018 Budget Address. The meetings will outline the changes in how the City pays for street maintenance services, and allow residents to ask questions and share feedback.
The City of Saint Paul has restructured how it pays for maintaining city streets with the creation of the new Street Maintenance Service Program, which replaces the Right-of-Way Maintenance Assessment. The City will be collecting the same amount of money to provide the same level of service with this new program.
Below are the dates and locations of each of the meetings, which will be held from 6:00 p.m. – 7:15 p.m.:
For more information, please visit the Street Maintenance Service Program webpage.
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