In addition to making improvements which benefit our community’s health and increase opportunities for our children, the Midland 4B sales tax brings in an additional source of revenue for our city that can improve the quality of life in our city. When you vote “Yes” for continuing the Midland 4B tax, you’re voting to continue to bring money into Midland. The best part is that the revenue is partially generated from visitors and neighboring communities.

This is NOT a new tax.

We are asking for your vote to use the revenue from Midland’s 4B sales tax to make a broader impact on all of Midland. Voting “yes” means these funds can be used for improvements to Midland’s parks and roads, in addition to the Scharbauer Sports Complex.

Financials

A sizable portion of the proposed 4B sales tax continuation has been allocated for renovating of three existing parks in Midland. The goal is to transform these existing parks into state-of-the-art facilities including:

 

  • Baseball fields (practice and competitive)
  • Soccer fields
  • Indoor volleyball courts and soccer fields
  • Playground renovations and updates
  • Walking trails
Parks

 

 

Part of the Midland 4B sales tax will be utilized for public arts, museum funding, and cultural events. The proposed plan includes the construction an outdoor amphitheatre, in addition to several public art displays and museum projects.

Arts

Voting to continue the Midland 4B sales tax allows leaders to utilize the revenue to improve and expand our city’s roadways. Part of these improvements include the addition of bike trails, better drainage, and flood plain reduction. The 4B committee has multiple projects for extension and enhancements planned for, including:

 

  • Mockingbird Lane – Expanding the roadway to a 4-land divided street and constructing equestrian and hiking paths
  • Wadley Avenue – Extending the current street from Highway 158 to Callaway Drive and adding in hiking and bike paths
  • Fairgrounds Road – Expanding Fairgrounds to the north and south
  • Tradewinds Boulevard – Constructing a roadway extension, which will include bike lanes and a 4-lane divided roadway
Roads

 

 

Still have questions about the Midland 4B tax? Be sure to read our Frequently Asked Questions.

FAQs

 

 

 

 

Have more questions? Interested in hosting a 4B sales tax presentation? Want to show your support by ordering yard signs?

 

In addition to making improvements which benefit our community’s health and increase opportunities for our children, the Midland 4B sales tax brings in an additional source of revenue for our city that can improve the quality of life in our city. When you vote “Yes” for continuing the Midland 4B tax, you’re voting to continue to bring money into Midland. The best part is that the revenue is partially generated from visitors and neighboring communities.

This is NOT a new tax.

We are asking for your vote to use the revenue from Midland’s 4B sales tax to make a broader impact on all of Midland. Voting “yes” means these funds can be used for improvements to Midland’s parks and roads, in addition to the Scharbauer Sports Complex.

Financials

A sizable portion of the proposed 4B sales tax continuation has been allocated for renovating of three existing parks in Midland. The goal is to transform these existing parks into state-of-the-art facilities including:

 

  • Baseball fields (practice and competitive)
  • Soccer fields
  • Indoor volleyball courts and soccer fields
  • Playground renovations and updates
  • Walking trails
Parks

Part of the Midland 4B sales tax will be utilized for public arts, museum funding, and cultural events. The proposed plan includes the construction an outdoor amphitheatre, in addition to several public art displays and museum projects.

Voting to continue the Midland 4B sales tax allows leaders to utilize the revenue to improve and expand our city’s roadways. Part of these improvements include the addition of bike trails, better drainage, and flood plain reduction. The 4B committee has multiple projects for extension and enhancements planned for, including:

 

  • Mockingbird Lane – Expanding the roadway to a 4-land divided street and constructing equestrian and hiking paths
  • Wadley Avenue – Extending the current street from Highway 158 to Callaway Drive and adding in hiking and bike paths
  • Fairgrounds Road – Expanding Fairgrounds to the north and south
  • Tradewinds Boulevard – Constructing a roadway extension, which will include bike lanes and a 4-lane divided roadway
Roads

Still have questions about the Midland 4B tax? Be sure to read our Frequently Asked Questions.

FAQs

Have more questions? Interested in hosting a 4B sales tax presentation? Want to show your support by ordering yard signs?