Ballot Measures/Propositions/Questions


The Town Council has called a Special Election for May 21, 2019. There will be two Questions on the ballot for voters to consider: 
  • Question No. 1 - Authorization for the Town to levy an initial primary property tax in the amount of $1,5000,000 for the purpose of construction and maintenance of the Town's public road system
  • Question No. 2 - Authorization for the Town to purchase certain water utility systems
As the Town develops more informational materials, we will post them here. We will also be updating certain of these materials as we receive public comment and questions. Check back periodically to see what's new!

For more information about either of these ballot Questions, contact:
  • Public Works Director Frank Marbury - fmarbury@chinoaz.net; (928) 636-7140, ext. 1226
  • Finance Director Joe Duffy - jduffy@chinoaz.net; (928) 636-2646, ext. 1211
  • Town Clerk Jami Lewis - jlewis@chinoaz.net; (928) 636-2646, ext. 1208.

Information Resources



Call of Election (Resolution No. 2019-1133)  including ballot language and guidelines for submitting an argument (pro/con statement) for the Voter Information Pamphlet [UNDER CONSTRUCTION 1/10/19]

Public Notice  regarding the deadline to submit an argument (pro/con statement) for the Voter Information Pamphlet (see Call of Election above for guidelines and fees to submit an argument)

Question No. 1



Notice of Intent  that the Town Council intends to call a Special Election for the adoption of a primary property tax on January 8, 2019.

Rate Study  on the projected funding and uses of the proposed property tax revenues.

Powerpoint Presentation  on the Road Maintenance Program and property tax recommended by the Roads and Streets Committee. [UPDATED 1/15/19]

Brochure  regarding property tax question. (Spanish version available upon request.)

Question No. 2

Brochure  regarding utility purchase question. (Spanish version available upon request.)
 

Voter Information Pamphlet

 
The Voter Information Pamphlet includes details about ballot measures and the voting process. Pamphlets are generally posted approximately 30 days prior to the applicable Election.