Street Maintenance Dedicated Sales Tax

The last time the street maintenance dedicated sales tax reauthorization measure was on the ballot was in 2019. During that election, Flower Mound voters chose to reauthorize the measure, which dedicated one-fourth of one percent sales tax to street maintenance. This year, Flower mound voters will decide whether to reauthorize the measure for another four years. To learn more about the history of this sales tax measure in Flower Mound, visit www.flower-mound.com/dedicatedsalestax

2022 Reauthorization Impacts*

Reconstruction

If reauthorized, funds collected under the street maintenance dedicated sales tax will allow for the planned reconstruction on a portion or the entirety of the following roadways:

  • Amhearst Lane
  • Buckner Drive
  • Canongate Drive
  • Emory Drive
  • Flower Mound Road
  • Lake Bluff Drive
  • Lakeside Parkway
  • Lopo Road
  • Marcus Drive
  • Old Gerault Road
  • Prospect Drive
  • Timber Creek Road

Rehabilitation

If reauthorized, funds collected under the street maintenance dedicated sales tax will allow for the planned rehabilitation of a portion or the entirety of the following roadways:

  • Cedar Street
  • Crooked Lane
  • Dunham Road
  • Ferndale Drive
  • Grapevine Road
  • Haynes Road
  • Indian Trail
  • Lakeside Drive
  • Lakewood Lane
  • Meadow Lane
  • Red Bud Drive
  • Rolling Hills
  • Scenic Drive
  • Shady Oaks Drive
  • Shady Trail
  • Sunnyview Lane

*Future Pavement Analysis could alter these lists.

2019 Street Maintenance Projects Completed

  • Increased maintenance and reconstruction spending.
  • $6.4 million in street projects completed since 2019.
  • Twenty-six streets reconstructed or rehabilitated. 

Since this dedicated sales tax measure was first approved in 2007, these funds have contributed to the reconstruction and rehabilitation of a portion or the entirety of numerous streets and roads in Flower Mound, totaling approximately $22.7 million in completed projects.