Do our property taxes pay for roads?

No, property taxes pay for things like school districts and general government operations but not roads. In Pinal County, roads are only funded through Federal and state grants, state-shared revenues of the Highway-Use Revenue Fund (also known as HURF), vehicle license taxes, and half-cent transportation road maintenance fund (pothole ).

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1. How is road maintenance and repair funded in Pinal County?
2. Do our property taxes pay for roads?
3. What would happen if the road maintenance fund expired in 2026?
4. What is pavement preservation?
5. What is the importance of pavement preservation?
6. Is the reauthorization of the road maintenance fund an increase?
7. Is the half-cent road maintenance fund the same as the transportation issue that was on the ballot in 2017 or 2022?