In May 2018, Tualatin voters approved a $20 million G.O. bond measure to support high priority transportation projects, distributed citywide. The bond measure enables the City to move quickly to finance and build the priority projects within just a few years.
Project priorities are guided by community input demonstrating broad support for Tualatin’s three most pressing transportation issues:
New signals and added travel lanes and turning lanes on Tualatin-Sherwood Road and other streets
New pedestrian crossings with signals and driver feedback signs that display speed
Safe Access to Schools
New crosswalks, speed controls and sidewalks to and from schools
Work begins on these projects this year, and each will be completed before 2019!
July 27, 2018 – Tualatin’s strong Aa1 rating reaffirmed
“The rating reflects Tualatin’s sizeable and affluent tax base in the Portland metropolitan area, which continues to experience strong growth as a result of new development and property value appreciation.”
“Healthy reserves, driven by a steady history of small annual surpluses, buttress financial flexibility.”
– Moody’s Investors Service