Keep Fort Collins Great (KFCG) is set to expire. What's next?

The Keep Fort Collins Great (KFCG) .85% dedicated tax will sunset December 31, 2020.

The City uses KFCG dollars to fund numerous programs and basic services. By vote, these dollars support streets, transportation, police services, Poudre Fire Authority, parks and recreation and other community priorities.

On February 5, City Council will consider referring a ballot measure regarding Keep Fort Collins Great revenue replacement to the April 2, 2019 ballot.


The Keep Fort Collins Great (KFCG) .85% dedicated tax will sunset December 31, 2020.

The City uses KFCG dollars to fund numerous programs and basic services. By vote, these dollars support streets, transportation, police services, Poudre Fire Authority, parks and recreation and other community priorities.

On February 5, City Council will consider referring a ballot measure regarding Keep Fort Collins Great revenue replacement to the April 2, 2019 ballot.


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    The majority of the City of Fort Collins services are provided through sales and use tax. Do you think the City is providing the right level of service to its residents? Are there areas you would like to see the City invest more money or less money and why? 

    The majority of the City of Fort Collins services are provided through sales and use tax. Do you think the City is providing the right level of service to its residents? Are there areas you would like to see the City invest more money or less money and why? 
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