It’s important that the tax money we pay is used fairly across the city, for the benefit of all citizens. That’s why it’s so important to vote YES on May 4th to reallocate existing parks funding, giving residents in every neighborhood access to well-maintained public green space and free activities programming, like those offered by NORD. This proposal would allow NORD to hire more summer camp counselors, hold more music classes, and offer more events and activities for seniors.
This proposal has the endorsement of Mayor LaToya Cantrell, the City Council, and the Bureau of Governmental Research, a nonpartisan watchdog group, which points out that the proposal would allow NORD and Parks and Parkways, who maintains the city’s neutral grounds and trees along with parks like Brechtel Park on the West Bank and Joe Brown Park in the East, to improve their parks and programming. A vote YES would provide benefits to all residents, without imposing new taxes on anyone. To ensure the future of our city’s parks system, remember to vote YES on May 4th.
See more on how each agency plans to spend their funds at togetherforparks.org