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WHAT IS PROP 3?

Prop 3 is a ballot initiative that would require the city of Pleasant Grove to annually transfer $2.6 million from the city’s general fund budget to a special roads fund.

If Prop 3 passes, the city will lose 20% of its budget that is currently used for recreation programs, library, pool, senior citizen center and cultural arts programs. These services would either be cut or taxes would have to be raised to fund them in the future.

Prop 3 is an untested, irresponsible, permanent, and extreme proposal. We believe there is a better way!

LEARN MORE ABOUT PROP 3

WHAT IS PROP 3?

Prop 3 is a ballot initiative that would require the city of Pleasant Grove to annually transfer $2.6 million from the city’s general fund budget to a special roads fund.

If Prop 3 passes, the city will lose 20% of its budget that is currently used for recreation programs, library, pool, senior citizen center and cultural arts programs. These services would either be cut or taxes would have to be raised to fund them in the future.

Prop 3 is an untested, irresponsible, permanent, and extreme proposal. We believe there is a better way!

LEARN MORE ABOUT PROP 3

WHY VOTE NO ON PROP 3?

PROTECTION: Protect the pool, library, parks, and other city services.

RESPONSIBILITY: There are better ways to fix our roads!

FLEXIBILITY: Allow city leaders to make the best decisions for the circumstances.

TRUST: City professionals know how to do their jobs.

WHY IS PROP 3 BAD FOR PG?

IRRESPONSIBLE: The pool, library, parks, and other services will be eliminated.

UNTESTED: There is no evidence that Prop 3 will work.

EXTREME: Prop 3 removes 20% of PG’s general fund budget.

OVERREACHING: Prop 3 undermines our government by tying the hands of city staff & elected officials.

PERMANENT: Prop 3 creates a new city ordinance that isn’t easy to undo.

WHY VOTE NO ON PROP 3?

PROTECTION: Protect the pool, library, parks, and other city services.

RESPONSIBILITY: There are better ways to fix our roads!

FLEXIBILITY: Allow city leaders to make the best decisions for the circumstances.

TRUST: City professionals know how to do their jobs.

WHY IS PROP 3 BAD FOR PG?

IRRESPONSIBLE: The pool, library, parks, and other services will be eliminated.

UNTESTED: There is no evidence that Prop 3 will work.

EXTREME: Prop 3 removes 20% of PG’s general fund budget.

OVERREACHING: Prop 3 undermines our government by tying the hands of city staff & elected officials.

PERMANENT: Prop 3 creates a new city ordinance that isn’t easy to undo.

WHAT IS THE CITY DOING ABOUT OUR ROADS?

The best way to fund road repair is through a combination of increased economic development and a sustainable road fee. Business is already growing, and a road fee would go directly to road repairs. This solution is flexible and protects our community services while still fixing our roads.

FIND OUT WHAT OUR CITY’S PLAN IS

WHAT IS THE CITY DOING ABOUT OUR ROADS?

The best way to fund road repair is through a combination of increased economic development and a sustainable road fee. Business is already growing, and a road fee would go directly to road repairs. This solution is flexible and protects our community services while still fixing our roads.

FIND OUT WHAT OUR CITY’S PLAN IS

WHY DOESN’T PROP 3 WORK FOR PG?

We simply cannot take a blind axe to 20% of the general fund without our city services being severely affected. City budgets are run differently than business and household budgets. Pleasant Grove is already operating on a very lean budget.

We can’t afford Prop 3!

FIND OUT WHY IT WON’T WORK

We simply cannot take a blind axe to 20% of the general fund without our city services being severely affected. City budgets are run differently then business and household budgets. Pleasant Grove is already operating on a very lean budget.

We can’t afford Prop 3!

FIND OUT WHY IT WON’T WORK

WHY WE SHOULD TRUST OUR CITY COUNCIL & STAFF

Our elected city council members dedicate countless hours to understanding and researching the issues we face here in Pleasant Grove. They are our neighbors and friends, and they are easily accessible to answer our questions. Our city employees are trained professionals who know how to run a city, provide services, and make Pleasant Grove a vibrant, active community. They need to be allowed to do their jobs!

LEARN MORE ABOUT TRUSTING OUR CITY

WHY WE SHOULD TRUST OUR CITY COUNCIL & STAFF

Our elected city council members dedicate countless hours to understanding and researching the issues we face here in Pleasant Grove. They are our neighbors and friends, and they are easily accessible to answer our questions. Our city employees are trained professionals who know how to run a city, provide services, and make Pleasant Grove a vibrant, active community. They need to be allowed to do their jobs!

LEARN MORE ABOUT TRUSTING OUR CITY

HOW DID WE GET HERE?

Our road problem didn’t happen overnight. Decades of decisions have left us with a lean budget for our large population. Secondary water wasn’t handled well, and the population boomed but business didn’t. Fortunately, our current city leaders have been working hard to overcome the challenges we face.

LEARN MORE ABOUT OUR ROAD HISTORY

HOW DID WE GET HERE?

Our road problem didn’t happen overnight. Decades of decisions have left us with a lean budget for our large population. Secondary water wasn’t handled well, and the population boomed but business didn’t. Fortunately, our current city leaders have been working hard to overcome the challenges we face.

LEARN MORE ABOUT OUR ROAD HISTORY

PLEASANT GROVE CITY RESPONSE TO PROP 3

There are multiple city services and facilities that are in jeopardy of being eliminated or severely curtailed. Our roads need to be fixed, but not at the expense of these services. There are better ways! Protect our community and vote NO this November.

Save the:

Library, Pool, City Parks, Outdoor Rec Programs, Senior Citizen Center, Youth Theatre and City Celebrations!

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