What will the revenue be used for?

If approved by voters, revenue collected from the parks and stormwater sales tax will be used to improve and maintain local parks and stormwater infrastructure. The City’s Parks Master Plan and Stormwater Master Plan provide recommendations for capital improvements and amenities over the next ten years.

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1. What is a parks and stormwater sales tax?
2. How much is the parks and stormwater sales tax?
3. What will the revenue be used for?
4. Who pays the parks and stormwater sales tax?
5. How would the additional revenues relate to costs?
6. What improvements to city parks are recommended in the Parks Master Plan?
7. What improvements to stormwater infrastructure are recommended in the Stormwater Master Plan?
8. Can the parks and stormwater sales tax be used to fund projects or expenses not related to parks and stormwater control?
9. Which cities in the St. Louis region currently have a parks & stormwater sales tax?
10. If adopted, how will the total Creve Coeur sales tax rate compare to other cities around us?
11. What do the citizen committees think about the proposed parks and stormwater sales tax?
12. What happens if the parks & stormwater sales tax does not pass?
13. When and where can I vote on the parks and stormwater sales tax?