Measure R: City of Norco (Horsetown USA) Lifestyle Protection and Vital Services Measure

On July 18, 2018 and August 1, 2018, the Norco City Council adopted Resolutions regarding the placement of a transactions and use tax measure on the November 6, 2018 General Municipal Election ballot. Measure R will be submitted to the voters on the ballot as follows:


Measure R: City of Norco (Horsetown USA) Lifestyle Protection and Vital Services Measure

To keep Norco “Norco,” continue protecting Norco’s unique animal-keeping lifestyle, avoid further infrastructure deterioration,  continue restoring and maintaining local streets, trails, facilities, equestrian amenities and parks, and prevent additional cuts to police, fire and emergency medical services; shall the City of Norco adopt a locally-controlled one-cent sales tax, generating approximately $4.5 million annually, until ended by voters, requiring independent audits and a Citizens’ Oversight Committee?

Detailed information regarding Measure R is available in the documents listed below. Check this web page periodically for updates.


Overview of Measure R

A Letter to Norco Residents About Measure R

Frequently Asked Questions About Measure R


Arguments and Analysis

Argument in Favor of Measure R

Argument Against Measure R

Rebuttal Argument in Favor of Measure R

City Attorney's Impartial Analysis


Notice of Election

Notice of Election for Measure to be Voted On and Notice of Date Fixed for Submitting Arguments (English)

Notice of Election for Measure to be Voted On and Notice of Date Fixed for Submitting Arguments (Spanish)


City Council Staff Reports and Presentations

City Council Staff Report of July 18, 2018 with Resolutions and Ordinance No. 1041

City Council Meeting Video: July 18, 2018 (Starts at 51:00)

City Council Staff Report of August 1, 2018 with Resolutions and Ordinance No. 1041

City Council Meeting Video: from August 1, 2018 (Starts at 1:01:40)

City Council Staff Report of March 18, 2015 with Final Report of the Ad-Hoc Committee on Infrastructure Needs and Funding Options


Budget Documents and Presentations

 

FY 2018-2019 Adopted Budget

City Council Study Session of April 4, 2018 with General and Capital Project Funds Long Range Financial Outlook